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Inside Russell Tovey’s vibrant Shoreditch apartment

An interesting read showcasing rustic warehouse charm meet modernist styling in one of the most artful and interesting areas of London. Shoreditch is a vibrant and buzzing area famous for Brick lane, Columbia Road flower markets, street art, vintage and design shops and has a strong foodie scene.

British actor Russell Tovey has created a stylish apartment with a blend of character and homely rooms exposing London’s iconic red brick to more modern and simple spaces filled with art fitting to the standard of Tate Modern!

Tovey is well know for his acting in series such as The History Boys, Quantico, Sherlock and Being Human and what goes with a heavy filming schedule is the need for a home hideaway far away from the film set.

The apartment features a passionate and stunning art collection with artists like Tracey Emin on the walls, all adding culture and colour pop to this space. An enormous loft-like space, with character accents, old charm through to mid-century styling along with a modernisation through renovation work. To read more click here

Featuring Designer furniture from Matthew Hilton, Images copyright Architectural Digest.

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