Spotted at Light Locations: A restored Victorian house in SE London, with a kitchen for the modern-day Mrs. Patmore. Deep farmhouse sink? Check. Marble countertops for rolling out pastry? Check. Classic Aga range for cooking, baking, and drying the tea towels? Yes.
Above: The kitchen features a mix of old and new, rough (painted white brick) and refined (marble countertops).
Above: A brick wall painted white serves as a backsplash.
Above: Rustic shelves provide over-the-range storage opportunities.
Above: Rows of windows allow light to flood the dining area.
Above: A rocking chair strategically positioned in a corner allows for kitchen conversations.
Above: A wood paneled wall adds texture in the spare dining area.
Above: In the entry hall, a radiator valve painted red adds the only dose of color.
Above: The neutral palette continues in the bedroom, where pale shades of cream, sage green, and lavender prevail.
Above: In the bath, a vintage dresser serves as sink stand.