I would describe this kitchen as  industrial, shaker style with a French bistro nod. Did I get too fruity there?? I fell in love with these lights in an  American catalogue and had to have them, the freight was more than they were but when you fall, you fall.  Lighting is the jewellery of the room and they certainly get noticed! I had these steel over shelves made to create the commercial feel. Glasses etc are stored in the old French cabinet.  The living room (middle) has panelling wallpaper to create a formal feel and a collection of much loved art. Impressionists finds from markets  and lithographs bought at auction nest happily with work my children and I have done.  My son's bedroom has brick wallpaper throughout and a bespoke cubby house bed for maximum sleepover pulling power! Placing furniture in the middle of the room ensures they can move around the play table freely and the 'mess' is contained on top and within, rather than on the floor. The bathroom has been tiled up to 120cm to ensure splashes don't damage the wallpaper. I've painted the ceiling a soft pink picked out of the paper. Bath by CP Hart perfect for short people like me! :) I don't slip and drown in this....