Highgate House - entrance

Entrance hall with internal Crittall doors and fixed panel looking into the living room. Floor tiled in Victorian style blue pattern.

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Julie Butterworth added this to Houzz Tour: Colour-rich Rooms Reflect the Play of Light27 September 2021

House at a GlanceWho lives here? A professional couple and their dogLocation Highgate, north LondonProperty A four-storey Georgian houseSize Three bedrooms (formerly four) and two bathrooms Designer Andrew Jonathan Griffiths of A New DayPhotos by Anna Stathaki Andrew was struck by how the light fell in the property. “The hallway is light, but the lower ground floor and the stairwell are considerably darker,” he says. “And the kitchen is cosy rather than light-filled. The living room gets sunlight, but it’s filtered through trees.”The architecture of the property and the orientation of its rooms inspired his colour choices. “I played into them with the interior design,” Andrew says. “The look also reflects the owners and how they wished the house to feel.” The result is a home saturated with pockets of rich colour that connect with the local surroundings.

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heliwotti added this to Foyer2 April 2022

Everything, brave colour choice and tiles - something unexpected

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