This space is a link between our room and our daughters, so I wanted it to feel a bit magical for her as she makes her way to bed. It also contains a partition wall, so straight lines aplenty and a chance to wallpaper - hurrah!
I've never been much of a fan of wallpaper before, which seems crazy considering my love of all things graphic, but I'm making up for lost time now. After much deliberation we went for the classic black and white Woods from Cole & Sons - it echoes the monochrome colour scheme of the shower room and the botanical design of the dresser. It was designed originally as a screenprint by Michael Clark in 1959, but it feels utterly timeless to me
It's a dark, cosy space, so we've gone for two tiny Rockett St George wall lamps in a rustic brass. The lovely patination makes them feel like a reclaimed find and the light they throw down makes it really atmospheric.