Renovating industrial spaces into living ones has already become a trend. This house used to be a Victorian joiner’s workshop that’s been converted into a two-bedroom, loftlike live/work space. The ground floor features a small kitchen tucked under the stairs, which lead to a second mezzanine bedroom. The house was painted white but the original wooden beams and woodwork was left as it is. I like the old-fashioned hearth and brick clad in the center of the house. The owner, Anna Barham, a graphology artist, has furnished the interiors with a mix of antiques and midcentury classics and textiles, so the space feels fresh and unstudied.