This 1930s top-floor flat features chalky-colored walls and original craftsman details that serve as a backdrop for a collection of mostly mid-century furniture. Low VOC paints in warm grays and green-blues balance a wide range of orange-toned teak and bent plywood. All vintage pieces have been carefully restored and are seamlessly mixed with a variety of richly textured textiles and carpets. Curtains are constructed of linens, block printed cottons, and antique silks, while blinds are of bamboo and woven grasses. A newly renovated kitchen features custom painted cabinetry with unlacquered brass hardware and just enough room for a breakfast table.
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