Take a look inside this stylish renovated bungalow

Step inside a renovated 1970s bungalow with this house tour from Housetohome. Find many more tours of real people's homes on Housetohome.

The faux white tree looks all winter wonderland in this living room. The floor-to-ceiling glass windows allow natural light to flood into the room, and the odd zing of colour adds to the room's sensual feel.

1/9 Neutral living room

living room with white wall grey sofa and christmas tree

(Image credit: Future PLC/Paul Massey)

Find similar Christmas decorations at Paperchase (opens in new tab). The cushions were from Zara Home (opens in new tab) and the coffee table came from IKEA (opens in new tab).

2/9 Modern fireplace

fireplace with white wall wooden flooring

(Image credit: Future PLC/Paul Massey)

The ground floor dining room has a 1970s feel. The white walls complement the wool rug, keeping this room modern and light.

The dining table and pendant light are from Atomic (opens in new tab). Find similar wooden chairs at Retrouvius (opens in new tab).

3/9 Sleek modern kitchen

kitchen with grey wall white cabinet black counter

(Image credit: Future PLC/Paul Massey)

The kitchen is sleek and streamlined. The wall of black tiles contrasts with the white kitchen units for a modern twist.

The wall tiles were from Porcelanosa (opens in new tab), and find similar kitchen units at IKEA (opens in new tab).

4/9 Living room

living room with yellow wall cream sofa and round table

(Image credit: Future PLC/Paul Massey)

The living room emulates baroque opulence with a traditional oriental rug, textiles and glassware in deep red hues, and walls painted in a yellow-toned neutral.

Paint is from Farrow and Ball (opens in new tab). Find similar antique furniture at The Old Cinema. (opens in new tab)

5/9 Christmas dresser

christmas decor yellow wall and mirror

(Image credit: Future PLC/Paul Massey)

Christmas decorations marry together beautifully with assorted red and white kitch accessories.

Find a similar sunburst mirror at Matalan (opens in new tab), and try Fandango (opens in new tab) for coloured glass bottles.

6/9 Blue reading nook

blue wall with blue chair and wall frame

(Image credit: Future PLC/Paul Massey)

The re-upholstered blue tweed armchair adds a pop of colour to this living room. The decorative, hand-designed screen gives the room a cosy feel, and the mirror allows light to bounce around this comfy space.

The tables and screen were from Habitat (opens in new tab), and find similar armchairs at Sofa Workshop (opens in new tab).

7/9 Christmas vignette

chrome yellow wall with christmas vignette

(Image credit: Future PLC/Paul Massey)

This stylish hallway vignette features a blue retro lamp and accessories, which against the walls painted in a dusky green hue, create a striking display.

Try Japanesestoneware.co.uk (opens in new tab) and Paperchase (opens in new tab) for similar accessories.

8/9 Blue bedroom

bedroom with white wall wooden drawers bed with pillows

(Image credit: Future PLC/Paul Massey)

This light and airy bedroom is a peaceful haven. Space is maximised by floor-to-ceiling linen curtains, and the antique inspired chest of drawers gives the room a period feel.

The bed was from Atomic (opens in new tab). Find a similar chest of drawers at Mark Parrish (opens in new tab), and Chinese-style lighting at Orchid (opens in new tab).

9/9 Outdoor Christmas setting

outdoor christmas decoration with chairs and lights

(Image credit: Future PLC/Paul Massey)

Decorative string lighting enhances the glamour appeal of this garden patio. The blue wire chairs lend valuable detailing to the look.

The chairs are from the Royal Festival Hall Shop (opens in new tab). Find similar string lights at Argos (opens in new tab) and candelabras at Habitat (opens in new tab).

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Heather Young
Heather Young

Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and also edits its sister title Style At Home. 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.