The upstairs flooring is made from 25mm thick engineered oak in 220mm wide planks. There are almost no knots in the pattern which, bearing in mind the width of plank, is highly unusual and expensive. At a cost of circa £15000 to lay, the oak flooring gives a warm contrast to the black and white, blank canvas theme and a provides an important feature of the 740 sq ft living space.

A solid oak clad staircase with bespoke glass, steel and oak balustrades lead down to the lower floor.

The hallway flooring is finished in Cremamarfil marble which extends in to the utility room,  family bathroom, en-suite bathroom and cupboards.

All three bedrooms have pure wool carpeting.

The doors are particularly beautiful and

continue the oak theme. Imported from Italy

through Doors and Doors of Finchley, each

feature contemporary door furniture.