When commodities trader Duncan Barratt bought his 1930s Camps Bay home in 2010, he loved its sea and mountain views, but felt it needed personality and updating. Shortly after his offer was accepted he contacted interior designer Kyle Roux and together they started working on the redesign and decor. Shades of chocolate, glamorous textures and metallic accents have transformed the 1930s home.
|Number of images:||50|
|Text:||Text written upon request (700-1000 words, English)|
|Rights:||Worldwide first rights available upon request, except in ZA|
|Model Release:||not available|
|Property Release:||not available|
|Ordering:||Please contact us to order. Images available in high-res or low-res.|
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