A classic Art Deco furniture of the period. This beautiful circular china cabinet constructed of walnut and glass stands upon an outswept base and has twin opening doors. These open to reveal 3 internal glass shelves. The art deco round china cabinet has been lined during its lifetime with a beige material but would originally been the bare timber. The cabinet itself has been completely repolished in a traditional mellow walnut colour. Height 52” Width 47.5” Depth 13.5”. @designerwallace
This dining room feels both moody and bright thanks to the rich blue walls and bright kilim. The contemporary Windsor chairs add modern flair, while the collection of vintage baskets speak to far-flung travels. Bohemian spaces can feel a tad cluttered and this one is a testament to the power of editing. It feels collected rather than unkempt.
Chinatown is one of London’s most famous tourist attractions. Located in Soho, the area is a short walk from Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus. London’s original Chinatown was located in the East End, but the bombing incurred during The Blitz led to the original Chinatown’s decline and London’s Chinese population, boosted by newly arrived immigrants from Hong Kong, soon began to relocate to Soho. By the 1960s the ‘new’ Chinatown was truly established.