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Egon Walesch Interior Design

What a fantastic renovation of a tricky 1970s town house. The architect has done a brilliant job of opening up the space, creating light, airy rooms. It's notoriously difficult to inject warmth in an all-white scheme but this home pulls it off. Well done to all concerned!

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Love it, beautiful job, well done

   
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Julia Fox

Minimalism and white color - perfect.

   

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