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Ali McNabney-Stevens · New Works — The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.

Ali McNabney-Stevens · New Works — The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.

Griffiths Design Studio

Griffiths Design Studio

The lighting in the sitting room is from Jim Lawrence and John Lewis. The sofas and armchairs are from Multiyork, chosen by Carole as the covers are removable and washable, and the walls are painted in Muslin by The Little Greene Paint Co. The Clearview woodburner is from The Heating Centre in Gloucester and is finished in Honeyglow Brown. The sisal rug is from John Lewis

The lighting in the sitting room is from Jim Lawrence and John Lewis. The sofas and armchairs are from Multiyork, chosen by Carole as the covers are removable and washable, and the walls are painted in Muslin by The Little Greene Paint Co. The Clearview woodburner is from The Heating Centre in Gloucester and is finished in Honeyglow Brown. The sisal rug is from John Lewis

Rustic and retro vintage dining room. Green enamel pendant lights over the dining table. House plants and greenery to soften the interior

Rustic and retro vintage dining room. Green enamel pendant lights over the dining table. House plants and greenery to soften the interior

Duke of Gloucester passes over Ribblehead viaduct with a special from York to Carlisle, England

Duke of Gloucester passes over Ribblehead viaduct with a special from York to Carlisle, England

The junction of Steep Street and Trenchard Street, Bristol, 1866. John Hill Morgan (b 1833), platinum print. This view was recorded five years before Steep Street, curving away to the left, was demolished and replaced by a realigned road, Colston Street. Steep Street existed in the medieval period when it was the main road from the centre of Bristol to Gloucester.

The junction of Steep Street and Trenchard Street, Bristol, 1866. John Hill Morgan (b 1833), platinum print. This view was recorded five years before Steep Street, curving away to the left, was demolished and replaced by a realigned road, Colston Street. Steep Street existed in the medieval period when it was the main road from the centre of Bristol to Gloucester.

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