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Fabulous Notting Hill Townhouse is Just Pattern-Crazy Enough

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British interior designer Suzy Hoodless and interior architect Johnny Holland have come together to give one five-story Notting Hill townhouse a dazzling, personality-filled new look. Amid a terrain of bespoke modern furniture, including a sofa by George Smith and a teak cabinet by Hoodless herself, dramatic patterns pop up here and there to make things even more interesting. Black and white stripes reign supreme, as seen in the living room rugs and the wallpaper along the staircase by the kitchen. Elsewhere, geometric tiles demarcate the bath area of a bedroom and patterned tiles cover the floors by another staircase.

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