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Bright and colorful couple residence in London

This is the home of Rachel, Marc and their two year old daughter Freya. They all live in Chiswick, West London, United Kingdom, in a 2250 square feet house. They have been living there for two years and they really like to call this place home. Rachel and Marc have refurbished and sold several properties in the UK in the past few years so they already know what to do when moving into a new house. However, ever since their daughter was born, they decided to settle down and stop moving around.

The couple now lives in this five-bedroom residence in West London. They first had to make some changes before they could move in. They decided to take down some of the walls and to combine two rooms in a single one. The kitchen also needed to be repositioned. The final design that they created features a large living room along with a powder room and a kitchen-diner on the ground floor and a master bedroom, nursery, two bathrooms and three more bedrooms organized in the remaining space.

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The entrance hall feature a vintage coat rack and a chair bought from an antique market. The living room also features some vintage chairs, a white table and some vintage bottles, frames and other decorations. The kitchen is a combination of white and blue decorated with vintage items made by Rachel. One of the bedrooms is sued as an office. The other bedrooms are all very cozy and inviting. They feature minimalist decors, with a combination of modern and vintage elements, just like the rest of the house.{found on apartmenttherapy}.

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Posted in Interiors on April 4, 2012

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