Ideas To Steal From #habitatvoyeur

The beauty of #HabitatVoyeur snooping on the inspiring spaces of some of the UK’s most creative people is that you get to pick and choose the best bits for your own home. Here are some of the ideas we’ve been inspired by.

PLANTS BREATHE LIFE

Literally true, we know, but a bit of greenery can act as screening, bring ‘natural’ colour to a neutral interior as well as soften all the angles to make house a home, all evident in Laura Harding’s warehouse apartment.

Dining Room with wooden table and green chairs

EASY ACCESS

Open shelving and basket storage in Laura Jackson’s kitchen makes for easy access to kitchen necessities and an air of informal living.

Basket of vegetables and white vase with pink flowers

CLUSTER LIGHTING

Three is the magic number in Nina Constantin’s Notting Hill apartment. Arrange pendant lights in a cluster to make a statement of task lighting.

Bedroom with yellow desk and white chair

MIX AND MATCH

Life’s mementoes don’t need to be stored in shoeboxes under the bed. We love Alice Levine’s eclectic collections mixing kitsch with heirloom, proudly displayed within her London flat.

Dresser with picture and yellow lamp

MODERN TRIBAL

The tribal touches in Charlie Casely-Hayford’s home make a statement without looking too ‘theme-y’. Choose a piece you love and set it against a neutral base for the room.

Living room with black and white armchair

A PLACE OF MY OWN

Whether it’s a reading nook, a corner of the bathroom devoted to pampering or, like Jo Whiley, a small desk space to catch up on personal correspondence, isolate a spot of your own where you can indulge in doing the things you love.

 Jo Whiley sat at a desk

Catch up on all the inspiring habitats we have featured here.

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