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Designers Kate Thornley-Hall and Natalie Herbert share how they transformed food photographer and filmmaker Edward Pond’s cavernous studio into a warm and welcoming home.
To give the open-concept space a more residential look, Kate and Natalie added walls to create zones.
In the kitchen, they replaced some of the existing cabinets with a vintage storage cabinet, brought in an island and changed the backsplash.
The dining area boasts a vintage dining table topped with three light fixtures that emphasize the 14-foot ceilings.
A sectional provides ample seating in the living room, while a magenta chair plays off the navy walls and rug.
To hide the dated industrial radiator, the designers created a custom counter with shelving to fit the modern aesthetic of the space.
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