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        The Angel of Islington

        Co-founder Lucinda Waterhouse designed a cosy flat in the heart of Islington, which makes use of colour and pattern. With pared-back neutral tones grounding the home, it’s the bold textiles and accessories that bring things into vivid colour and steal the show.

        Sitting Room

        The Angel of Islington - Sitting Room

        The sitting room was a real opportunity to add colour. Lucinda used bold red, charcoal and gold accessories on the neutral palette, including a bright rug, ottoman, armchairs and lamps. Rather than furnishing her small sitting room with small furniture, she used a large corner sofa to maximise space and create an entertaining area.


        Bedroom

        The Angel of Islington - Bedroom

        The bedroom is a reasonable size but it has low ceilings, so Lucinda added a tall headboard to give the illusion of height, as well as multiple mirrors. She kept the colour palette neutral but added sparks of fun with a leopard print throw and faux tortoiseshell mirrors.


        Balcony

        The Angel of Islington - Balcony

        Faux olive trees, azure-toned tableware and minimal garden furniture bring Mediterranean flair to this compact balcony. It would be easy to forget that you were in the heart of London if it weren't for the quaint Victorian townhouses and gentle breeze in the air.

        The Angel of Islington - Balcony



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