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Combining vintage and modern isn’t always easy, especially when the vintage dates all the way back to 1722. See how 18th century floorboards and lime plastering successfully mesh with mid-century design classics in a drool-worthy interior below.
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The five floors glow with magnificent natural light, perfect – we imagine – for the Huguenot silk weaver who dwelled within. Mostly, however, we’re stunned that the beadboard, cornices and flagstone hold their own so well against such unabashedly modern furnishings.
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Part of this home’s success might be the muted color palettes and the fact that period details are embraced and even called out, but certainly never overlooked. Without a doubt, this is one East London dwelling that leaves us feeling joyous, not jarred.
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