India's kitchen sets the tone for the rest of the house - a riot of fun colour and visual interest.
1/8 Kitchen | India Knight’s vibrant Victorian home
2/8 Kitchen corner | India Knight’s vibrant Victorian home
3/8 Living room | India Knight’s vibrant Victorian home
The living room, with its huge windows, is where the family like to hang out.
4/8 Mantelpiece | India Knight’s vibrant Victorian home
The kitsch souvenirs were picked up on India's travels.
5/8 Living room fireplace | India Knight’s vibrant Victorian home
India has filled up her airy home with bold colours and eclectic artefacts.
Try Ruby Fountain 4 by Dulux for a similar shade of emulsion.
6/8 Dressing room | India Knight’s vibrant Victorian home
India's bedroom is filled with trinkets and pictures. 'I like an ornate, over-decorated look', she says.
7/8 Bedroom | India Knight’s vibrant Victorian home
8/8 Bathroom | India Knight’s vibrant Victorian home
India has created a bold statement in her bathroom by choosing a blind printed with an image of screen star Marilyn Monroe.
To get the look go to Artylicious.co.uk, where you can select from a range of images to be printed onto roller blinds.
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Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and Editor-In-Chief since 2023. She is an interiors journalist and editor who’s been working for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines for over 20 years, both in-house and as a freelancer.
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