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How to do Eggshell and Cream in a Completely Non-Boring Way

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Minimalist, elegant, and loyal to a strict palette of neutral tones, this sunny Victorian estate in London proves that a home completely devoid of colorful decor doesn't always have to look inhabitable, freakishly modern, or even boring. Designed by Blakes London and frequently booked as a film and photo shoot location, the interiors pair exposed white brick, cream colored walls and limed oak strip flooring with bleached wood furniture and eggshell upholstery. A library with charcoal walls and matching black rugs adds a touch of drama amidst the pale splendor, while a handful of rustic, antique pieces—including one very tempting claw-foot tub—makes the place feel a bit more livable. Take a look:

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