Located in an area called Kenway Village, in Earls Court, London, this three-storey 18th century cottage with a blacksmiths workshop attached to the rear was in poor condition before Jason MacLean of Studio MacLean got to it. The 1500-square-foot property needed to basically be rebuilt but luckily the client was extremely flexible with the design and construction.

Earls Court House Interior by Studio MacLean in main interior design  Category

Earls Court House Interior by Studio MacLean in main interior design  Category

Earls Court House Interior by Studio MacLean in main interior design  Category

MacLean was given free reign over the design, creating built-in and custom furnishings throughout including the entire kitchen and a desk with floating drawers.

Earls Court House Interior by Studio MacLean in main interior design  Category

Other pieces include a De Sede sofa with George Nelson side table, Eley Kishimoto ‘flash’ kitchen chairs, with vintage porcelain wall and ceiling lights. The lights above the kitchen were made from various components from a company called Urban Cottage Industries.

Earls Court House Interior by Studio MacLean in main interior design  Category

Earls Court House Interior by Studio MacLean in main interior design  Category

Earls Court House Interior by Studio MacLean in main interior design  Category

Earls Court House Interior by Studio MacLean in main interior design  Category

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Earls Court House Interior by Studio MacLean in main interior design  Category

BEFORE

Earls Court House Interior by Studio MacLean in main interior design  Category

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