The owner of this cool four-bedroom townhouse in east London is an interiors blogger and lives with her husband and daughter.
When she bought the house it was brand new and very white. They missed having the period features they loved from their previous home in their new property but liked that it was a blank canvas, which they could make their own. Now it's an eclectic house with a fun, bold style – every colour of the rainbow is featured somewhere inside.
I tend to mix and match different styles or periods in my decorating choices and like to have a bit of fun, says the owner. I buy stuff everywhere and anywhere and am a big fan of the high street; I have lots of fabulous pieces from Marks & Spencer and H&M Home that people always comment on.
The couples next project is to redecorate the guest bedroom and update their daughters room to make it more grown up. My husband and I absolutely love our house and when Im out, I just cant wait to come home! This place has become our nest and we love hanging out here.
Hallways can often be overlooked but the chalkboard wall in this cool, modern home makes a real talking point. Slim wall storage means the space can be kept clutter-free.
3/10 Living area
The living room is a real mix of different colours and quirky accessories. A bold turquoise sofa makes a punchy contrast against the grey painted walls and transforms this new-build house into an inviting home.
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4/10 Dining area
With grey walls featuring throughout the house, bright accessories in contrasting shades like these vibrant yellow chairs brings colour and character into the space.
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The modern scheme is continued through to the kitchen with white gloss units. Handle-free doors give the kitchen a sleek finish, while the punchy blue walls inject a hit of colour.
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6/10 Main bedroom
This gorgeous bedroom is oozing style from the quirky gnome bedside tables to the fun wall prints. Suspended pendant lights are a great way of keeping table surfaces free of clutter.
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7/10 Home office
Mixing grey and neon accents implants a funky, modern vibe into the home office. The long gloss desk is both practical and stands out against the contrasting dark grey walls.
8/10 Toy storage
Being a family home clever storage for tidying away toys means come the evening the living areas can be turned into an adult friendly zone. These stylish toy bags means the children's toys can be tidied away in a flash.
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The statement shower curtain is a great way to add interest to a bathroom and breaks up the large expanse of warm sand coloured tiles.
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10/10 Guest bedroom
Simple, plain white walls, bright bedside tables and a vibrant throw give the spare bedroom a hit of eye popping colour. While a funky wall sticker injects a complementary element of humour to the young and funky space.
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Amy Hodge has been working on interiors magazines for over 11 years. She's a freelance writer and sub editor who has worked for some of the UK's leading interiors magazines including Ideal Home, Style at Home and Country Homes & Interiors. She started at Style at Home just after it launched as food editor and is now chief sub editor for Ideal Home, Style at Home and Country Homes & Interiors.
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