What lies be­neath

Beth and An­drew have cre­ated a hid­den­from-view Parisian-in­spired sanc­tu­ary out of what was once a di­lap­i­dated dairy

Living Etc - - HOMES - Photography ⁄ Rachael Smith Words ⁄ Emma J Page

Beth and An­drew trans­formed a ram­shackle dairy into a chic south-lon­don fam­ily home

home Pro­file

THE OWN­ERS Beth Dadswell, an in­te­rior de­signer and former fash­ion stylist, her part­ner An­drew Wil­bourne, a graphic de­signer, and their son Louis, 12.

THE PROP­ERTY A Vic­to­rian former dairy in East Dulwich. On the ground floor there is an open-plan liv­ing room and kitchen-diner, snug, of­fice/guest bath­room. On the first floor is the mas­ter suite, Louis’ bed­room and a shower room.

liv­ing room de­tail

A com­bi­na­tion of ce­ram­ics, framed prints and fam­ily me­men­toes make a pleas­ing tableau. Get the look Beth picked up the en­cased but­ter­flies and bee­tles while in New York. The framed pho­to­graph is by Alan Scrym­geour. The cab­i­netry is painted in Far­row & Ball’s Mole’s Breath es­tate emul­sion.

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