Tapestry Mill Conversion

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This enchanting Grade II-Listed Belgian Tapestry Mill from the 16th Century once produced textiles for the Royal Family. The West London property was stripped to bare bones and completely renovated, although extreme care had to be taken to comply with regulations due to the building's listed status. The beams were highlighted by being stripped back and great attention was paid to retaining its original features.

This project, although challenging due to its limitations, was marvellous to work on and captures the ethos of Mufti perfectly - juxtaposing the charm of time-worn details with current pieces.

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Tapestry Mill Conversion

This enchanting Grade II-Listed Belgian Tapestry Mill from the 16th Century once produced textiles for the Royal Family. The West London property was stripped to bare bones and completely renovated, although extreme care had to be taken to comply with regulations due to the building’s listed status. The beams were highlighted by being stripped back and great attention was paid to retaining its original features. This project, although challenging due to its limitations, was marvellous to work on and captures the ethos of Mufti perfectly – juxtaposing the charm of time-worn details with current pieces.