In the heart of Primrose Hill, an all-white rental townhouse needed to be infused with personality and warmth for a busy family of five. Colour and texture are the main tools for setting the atmosphere. The palette developed, carries soothing base tones that nod to nature, throughout the house - greens, plaster pinks and moody blue-greys.

A mix of esoteric, contemporary classic and vintage furniture, lighting and art, was sourced and curated to sit comfortably with the clients' existing belongings. Textiles play a lead role and include a striking Tulu rug from Istanbul, an antique Swedish flatweave and several contemporary quilts hung on walls. Bespoke seat pads were designed and made by our partner textiles company Colour Squatters for the clients' collection of Hardy chairs by Another Country. The prints were developed with colours that draw from a triptych of Paul Huxley artworks.

With thanks to Olivia Fiddes, Caroline Gray and Frost for loaning ceramics.

Photography by Beth Evans