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The UK is teeming with creative people, and with Today's coolest habitats, you can take a sneaky peek into the way they live. Be inspired, be curious and have a nice, long look.
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Henry is the founder of quirky and colourful fashion brand, House of Holland. He has just launched his first interiors collection in collaboration with Habitat.
Style Editor, Actor, Model
Donna Air has come a long way since her first acting role in kid's drama, Byker Grove. The model, TV presenter, brand ambassador, fashion stylist and designer lives in Chelsea with her dog, Molly.
Founder of Portas Agency
As founder of Mary's Living & Giving charity shops, broadcaster, retail expert, author and high street campaigner, Mary Portas has many strings to her bow. When not out taking over the world, she resides in leafy North London with partner Mel and their son, Horatio.
Rick Edwards is a TV presenter, comedian and author. He lives in Kentish Town with his girlfriend and their cat.
BBC Radio 2 DJ and broadcaster Jo Whiley lives in Northampton with her husband and their four children. Read about her love of Habitat furniture, how Jay-Z once visited her house and find out what item she took from the BBC Studios.
Outspoken food critic Giles Coren is the first to admit his wife is responsible for anything cool or well designed in their Kentish Town abode.
Here we get to glimpse inside the Notting Hill abode of Charlie Casely-Hayford, one of the UK’s pre-eminent menswear designers. Heaps of art, pattern and personal artefacts make Charlie’s home a complete joy to linger over.
One half of the Jackson / Levine Brand, Laura is a TV personality and cooking aficionado currently based in Haggerston, East London. She shares her converted studio home with her fashion photographer boyfriend Jon and their gorgeous Whippet Barry.
As interiors editor at the Sunday Times Style, Claudia Baillie spends her days inspecting the UK’s most fabulous homes. In her own Streatham Hill pad, it’s all about natural light, colour and plenty of cheeky detail.
Pandora Sykes is Fashion Features Editor and Wardrobe Mistress at The Sunday Times Style. She lives in Notting Hill with her fiancée, flatmate and their kitten, Indi.
Radio 1 DJ
One half of the Jackson/Levine brand, Alice is a Radio 1 DJ, cooking enthusiast and new home owner living with her boyfriend in Clapton, East London.
The inimitable fashion blogger Freddie Harrel was born and bred in Paris, but now runs her business from a sunny, double-height loft space in south-east London. It’s rammed full of artefacts and furniture that she and her husband, Tom, have picked up on their travels and from around town.
Alexandra Stedman is a London-based Stylist, blogger and brand new homeowner. She loves mixing and matching classics and trends in both her wardrobe and home.
Naomi Smart is a fashion writer and stylist based in Hackney. Filled with bold colours and pieces from around the globe, her eclectic style makes her home feel welcoming as soon as you walk through the door.
Fashion stylist and blogger
Monica Beatrice Welburn is a blogger, presenter and style maven. She lives outside of London in the fresh air of Alresford in Hampshire. Her blog, like her home, is inspired by everything and everywhere she goes – fashion, food, culture – and definitely flowers.
James Thurgood is a visual artist living with his partner Jarred in the South London district of Hither Green. His work as a visual artist shines through in the details of his new flat – books, graphic prints, jam jar storage – which serves as both a living space and studio.
Laura is an actress who lives in a warehouse apartment in Stoke Newington with her partner.
Emily Mellor is an entrepreneur specialising in brand management and development. She lives in Camden with her husband and two Bengal cats.
Notting Hill-dweller Nina Constantin heads up FormRoom and Prop Studios – two divisions of a company that specialises in design, interiors, bespoke furniture and window schemes for brands like Selfridges and Nike.
Having been in the styling business for over twenty years, Sophie’s probably best known as a judge on BBC2’s The Great British Interior Design Challenge. She lives in a renovated Brighton warehouse with her husband, Tom, and their son.
Blogger, Journalist, Author
When she’s not blogging at Mad About the House and running an interior design consultancy, Kate Watson-Smyth writes books and newspaper articles about interiors.
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