Look mum, no paint. Plenty of colour however. This converted mews house is practically an essay in lighting theory: a perfectly white interior, rendered in any palette of the owners choosing at the touch of a button. The light is cleverly shared between the various spaces of the house, so the shower becomes a lantern to illuminate the stairwell and the skylight over the bed becomes a lightbox in the lounge. All very funky.
- Tonkin Liu