Hampstead, London - Residential

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annmariemorrissey wrote:18 October 2014
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    Peach Studio
    6 years ago
    Hi Glann, the panelling was from Homebase this is the product information:

    - EASIpanel Tongue and Groove Stair Panel - 1525x263mm Product no. 880113

    Peach x
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    Design Di Lusso
    5 years ago
    Rather than £74.98 per sq/m from fired earth the wall tiles are also available from us at £50.40 per sq/m including vat. contact info@design-di-lusso.com.
freshairapps wrote:16 November 2014
  • freshairapps
    6 years ago
    Superb thanks for your help.
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    Peach Studio
    6 years ago
    You are welcome :)
Emma Wolohan wrote:24 August 2014
  • Emma Wolohan
    6 years ago
    Thank you so much for your answer, I have been looking at Fired Earth for tiles and clunch for my kitchen x
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    Peach Studio
    6 years ago
    You are very welcome! Sounds like your kitchen will be beautiful :)
Leanne Lyons wrote:23 January 2016
Jules JP wrote:12 October 2015
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    Peach Studio
    5 years ago

    Hello thank you for your question,

    The bespoke vanity is quite deceiving the draws were 300mm high and we used a smaller waste traps that were inset into the draws.

    Hope this is helpful.

    Peach x

helengall1 wrote:24 February 2015
wieldsy wrote:12 December 2014
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    Peach Studio
    6 years ago

    Thank you for your question!

    The woodwork and console was painted in Farrow and Ball "Light Grey" No. 17 and the wall and ceiling paint is Farrow and Ball "Clunch" No. 2009.

    The wall lights were from "Vaughan" see link below:


    Hope this helps!

    Happy Designing :)

    Peach x
debbieleestreet wrote:6 December 2014

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