One Bed Wonder

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Andrew Yin kept the palette simple in his London flat to create an airy feel – and showcase his eclectic furniture and accessories Andrew Yin, owner of the boutique homeware shop Do in Covent Garden, London, believes that “you should surround yourself with things that give your life a lift”. At his home, a one-bed flat near Old Street Tube station in East London, this means a mix of both the practical and the bizarre. On the utilitarian front, there is adaptable Vitsoe shelving which runs along the brick wall of the open-plan living space; a multifunctional L-shaped B&B Italia sofa; a brightly coloured modular lounger in the hall; and a driftwood-framed triptych hall mirror. Writer Vinny Lee - vinnylee@btinternet.com

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