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Ann Louise Roswald's cosy loft apartment

Bold hues and cosy furnishings create a loveable, comfy loft apartment for Ann Louise Roswald and her family


Posted: 2 September 2011
by Junior


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French windows from the kitchen open onto the communal roof garden. With incredible views across London, it places you slap bang in the centre of urban living. An obvious honey pot for all the children in the complex, the roof garden is strewn with toys, left out for everyone to share. “Apart from Harry, it’s all the girls who go out there to play, but that doesn’t seem to bother him. He loves it.” 

The bedrooms are at the opposite end of the L-shape to the lounge, and use original textiles from Ann Louise’s interiors range, such as a giant silk quilt bursting with colour. Harry’s room is a proper boys’ room, with all his helicopters and toys and a huge window looking out over the vast views across Canary Wharf. Some of Ann Louise’s beautiful children’s clothes hang on pegs with Harry’s name embroidered across them. On the walls are some paintings of her original designs. “I used to do all the original textile designs straight onto canvas but now I need to do too many,” she says. “That is one thing that I miss. It is hard being your own business manager as well as the designer, but we’ve got lots of people working with us.”

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Posted: 12/03/2017 at 16:24

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Posted: 05/08/2017 at 08:30

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