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Corina Papadopoulou and Franco Ofili

A children’s boutique owner has turned a drab three-bedroom house into a charming and spacious family home


Season:
Spring


Location:
London, UK


Credits:
GAP Interiors/Bill Kingston/www.kidsen.co.uk


Feature No:   2519 

Qty of Images:    82 

 



 
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Synopsis
With their eldest daughter Melina a toddler, and youngest Miya on the way, Corina Papadopoulou, owner of Scandinavian children’s boutique, Kidsen and her husband Franco Ofili, a digital marketing executive and brother of Turner prize winning artist Chris, were looking for more living space. Prices in Kensal Rise, where the couple were living and where Kidsen is based, had risen sharply, so they were thrilled when they spotted a three-bedroom Victorian house at a knock down price. ‘It had been on the market for two years as it had no period features and no-one wanted it,’ says Corina. ‘We didn’t mind at all. I’m Swedish so I like clean lines and Franco has similar taste.’

 

 

 
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