Jullia Joson

Jullia Joson

Junior Writer

Jullia Joson is Ideal Home’s Junior Writer and has been working for Ideal Home since October 2022. She graduated from the University of Nottingham with a bachelor’s degree in Architectural Studies in 2022 and in her final year at university, remotely joined the ArchDaily team as an Intern Editor at the start of 2022. Focused on news stories, Jullia can be found taking any opportunity to scour the internet for any new and upcoming trends and hacks. Having just recently moved into a small flat in North London earlier this year, she's eager to explore renter-friendly ways to make her flat feel like a home and bring her Pinterest boards to life.

Ideal Home Truths

Where’s your happy place?

It would definitely be my bedroom – there's nothing quite like winding down in my own cosy, ambient space that I've curated to my liking. Whether I'm playing video games, reading, binging a new series, or just relaxing, it's my favourite place.

What’s your home addiction?

I love cute and decorative miscellaneous bits and bobs. To me, there’s nothing worse than a space that has no indication that it’s been lived in at all. I want it all – sentimental photos, art prints, souvenirs, merchandise from my favourite interests – little things that serve as reminders of people, things, and places that I love.

What is your next home project?

Now that I managed to get out of the trenches of flat-hunting in the London rental market and secure a place, it would definitely be to actually make it feel like a home, as cheesy as it sounds. When people walk into my flat, I want it to be obvious that it's my home – having my living space act as an extension of all my favourite things.

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