Saskia Blyth-Collinson on transforming Blenheim Crescent

Interior designer Saskia Blyth-Collinson was the first port of call for the buyer of Blenheim Crescent, who was keen to replace new with old. For this converted artist’s studio, ensconced on a road of stucco-fronted townhouses in leafy Notting Hill, mirrored ceilings were replaced with wooden beams, crisp white walls were tempered with natural lime plaster and new rooms were carved out of thin air.
She ripped out all the floors and most of the partitions and created a downstairs powder room, which wasn’t there previously – and a snug. Then made both the bedrooms en suite, and she also took a bit of space out of the guest bedroom to make the client’s en-suite bathroom a bit bigger, with a nice walk-in shower. The furniture is all made by R. Kightley & Son, using Belgian linen fabric.

 via Domus Nova

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