Top floor studio back to brick with limes and walnut

Top floor studio flat ripped out and ready for dormer window to be inserted to the left of the picture

Top floor studio flat ripped out and ready for dormer window to be inserted to the left of the picture

Finished bedroom with dormer window to left, slate paper reflecting the tiles to the outside roof, and limes greens to tie in with the views out to the trees

Finished bedroom with dormer window to left, slate paper reflecting the tiles to the outside roof, and limes greens to tie in with the views out to the trees

This top floor flat had been a very small studio, cramped and cluttered. By opening up the none load bearing walls, inserting a dividing stud and a dormer, I was able to create a one bed apartment, adding value and also more importantly, style!

The views are just lovely from this flat, to say it’s city centre – all a bit Mary Poppins with tiled roofs and tree tops, so that was reflected back in the interior decor.

The wallpaper is Ulf Moritz www.brian-yates.co.uk, the bedding was 2007 Habitat, the blind from www.blinds-depot.co.uk and the bed side table from Harrison Brothers http://www.harrisonbrothers.co.uk/home/

The walnut door looks quite fancy with its steel kick plate, but this was a necessary addition as they made all the doors too short!!!

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