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1950's Conversion

Spitafields, London

A collaboration with MacKenzie Wheeler Architects


Pascoe Interiors was commissioned to design the interior of this residence in Fournier Street, one of the first built in the area after WWII, stands out amid the Georgian terrace due to its classic 1950’s architecture. 


Taking inspiration from the original features and era of the property to seamlessly marry the interior design and decoration with Architecture of the building, Clare selected original mid century furniture, vintage accessories and archive design wall papers to complete the look.  The crisp lines of the 1950’s style of the building give a timelessly contemporary air to the building.


The overall feel of this property is a contemporary celebration of Mid Century furniture, demonstrating how an eclectic mix across the mid century era, off set with contemporary elements, can result in a timeless interior that is not slavishly vintage, while discretely showcasing a wealth of highly collectable original furniture and art work.


MacKenzie Wheeler Architects



Mannequin lamp, Shakesperean Bust and ‘Imperfection’ wall panels - by Jimmie Martin.

Rugs by Bazaar Velvet

Vintage furniture from Orange & Brown; Metro Retro & Molten Vintage

Contemporary furniture from Conran; Feather & Black and Sanderson

Wallpaper by Cole & Son

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