Dark colours, vintage French furniture and an abundance of festive greenery add up to a cosy space for props stylist Katy Harris and her family
Valentina Fois’ career path has seen a few interesting twists and turns. The Italian-born vegan chef, who first moved to London in 2009, has worked in fashion, branding, marketing and art.
Located in a pretty mews in Clerkenwell, Kei Tominaga’s home is a calm and light-filled space set above a former stable.
We loved every minute of our visit to Robyn Donaldson’s home, which she shares with her husband Jamie Watts and their rescue dog called Cilla.
We got so carried away chatting when we popped round to see florist Anna Robinson and designer-builder Mark Vetch, that we almost forgot the reason for our visit.
The enviable interiors are the work of this characterful abode are the work of design blogger Ruth Matthews, who lives here with her husband Dan, their four-year-old son, Ted, and Dinah the cat.
Set in a prime location, right opposite a large park and a stone’s throw from the river, this Hackney home is much loved by its owners Amy and Adrian, who live here with their two adorable girls, Beatrix, four, and Otilie, one.
It’s a bleak winter morning when we nip up to north London for a sneak peek around Annie Ayevard’s work-in-progress Victorian home next to the Walthamstow Wetlands.
If, like us, you’re guilty of spending vast amounts of time Insta-stalking other people’s interiors, then you’ll be pleased to know we’ve got another account to add to your list.
A serene and streamlined home located on one of Notting Hill’s enviably elegant streets, Jessica Mason’s flat is both a haven of peace and a hive of activity.
It was bucketing down with rain on the morning we visited illustrator Carol Maxwell, but the minute we stepped inside her colourful home, we totally forgot about the weather.
Just minutes from the colourful beach huts on Hove seafront, we ring the doorbell of James Myers, a restaurateur turned personal trainer and his wife, Sarah.
Deena Kestenbaum’s home feels like it’s located somewhere blissfully rural. In fact, it’s just 15 minutes from Central London – and she wouldn’t have it any other way.
“I bought an old Volvo. One day I want to put my kids in the back of it and take them to the beach.” There are some people who just have life figured out. Josh, Swoon’s Head of Visuals, is one of them.