The Herringbone House charmingly fits into its east London local. It received a massive modern face lift over the course of three years while holding onto its original angular details. Designed by architect Zoe Chan, founder of Atelier ChanChan, the Herringbone House might be physically small, but it boasts a spacious and light feel due to its smart floor plan, which is split over two levels.
Full of soft browns, nudes and other light tones, the airy feel of the Herringbone House is carried throughout in various ways. The overall redesign is heavily influenced by the architect's love of Scandinavian architecture and design, which is inherent in the streamlined wood flooring, minimalist interior and overall harmonious balance.
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