This Old Church Was Converted Into A Bright And Contemporary House

Gianna Camilotti Interiors have changed a Victorian church in London, England, that has a brilliant and open inside, and is presently accessible as an investment property. 

The inside of the Grade II recorded property has held unique highlights like the shot high roof and recolored glass windows, and joined them with contemporary decorations and splendid white dividers and ground surface. 

The open arrangement inside has a little sitting range by a bigger twofold sided lounge chair. 

In the lounge area, there's a glass eating table with space for 12 individuals, and the kitchen has an island with a cooktop, sink and dull ledge. 

Upstairs and toward one side of the remodeled church is a room that neglects the living zone beneath and exploits the light from the first windows. 

At the inverse end or more the kitchen is a moment room that highlights a mass of mirrors. 

In this restroom, an unsupported tub sits underneath a lobbed roof, and a mirror that wraps around the divider influences the space to feel bigger. 

In another lavatory, the shower is ventured down from the vanity and unique wood components make a novel highlight include. 

Outside, there's an arranged open air space with a yard and parlor.

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