The kitchen faces onto a vertical garden created by SavScapes.
Drinks trolley from Stokperd
Two things that really struck me about this home is that I didn’t see a single wire anywhere (my absolute dream come true) and the use of storage is pure genius. Being a propery developer, Rupert is an old hand at demolishing spaces to create new ones and with the help of architects Diana and Clinton Grobler he has completely outdone himself here.
If had my way I would lock myself inside this guest bathroom and never leave. All the fittings were sourced through Sandy email@example.com . The tiles are from Quadrata and the mirror set is an antique find.
The pink paint is Plascon “beautiful pink” and towels are from Mungo.
William’s playroom below, the vintage posters from The Palms Centre, the rug is from Hertex and beanbag by Lula.
Les says their biggest renovation tip is making sure you have a guru to lay your moroccan tiles, they had a nightmare with these. Follow me upstairs!
The main bedroom below, see how many pineapples you can count.. Les explains: ‘Our love affair with pineapples is certainly a tad out of control! Ha ha. We just both love them. We first used the window frosting design on a house in London that Rupert renovated and people kept knocking on our door asking us for the details. Ru says it’s because he sometimes prickly on the outside but always sweet on the inside.’
The vintage art was sourced from antique and second hand shops in London on Golborne Road.
The charcoal sketch below is from Robyn Denny.
William’s bedroom – the bed was custom made by Nigel Snow 0828506832. Each of the stairs open up into drawers – genuis. Floors by Oggi.
The upstairs vertical garden by SavScapes and a great view of Lion’s Head. This level also has a cheeky plunge pool to cool off in : )