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Casamance fabric curtains add a sense of understated luxury. The leather pouffe and mirrored coffee table give this living room a decadent twist.

1/7 Relaxing living room

living room with sofa sets dark curtains and window

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Jack Curtis)

Curtains are from John Lewis. The coffee table is from Retail Plastics Plus.

2/7 Living room

living room with red sofa designed cushion and flower vase

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Jack Curtis)

The red custom-made sofa brings a touch of glamour to the property. This living space is awash with chocolate-box colours and feminine features.

The sofa is by Revival Upholstery.

3/7 kitchen

kitchen with white wall white cabinet red curtain and chair

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Jack Curtis)

The extra-long fringe curtain divides the space between the kitchen and entertainment room. Brilliant-white wall cabinets give the room an airy, spacious feel.

The wall cabinets are from IKEA, and the fringe curtain is by Barnet Lawson.

4/7 Entertainment room

living room wooden tv unit chairs and lamp

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Jack Curtis)

A walnut veneer wall incorporates the modern fireplace and the flat-screen television. Stained dark-wood floorboards and vibrant pops of colour complement the clubby, snug feel.

Find a similar lamp at Habitat, and a leather pouffe at Natuzzi.

5/7 Master bedroom

bedroom with cream wall brown bed and lamp

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Jack Curtis)

The chic side-tables and matching custom-made cabinets work well with the hand-knitted bedspread. A silk headboard and ivory curtains add to the elegant vintage look.

Find similar sequinned cushions at Debenhams, and a similar throw from Missoni, at Harrods

6/7 Bathroom

bathroom with white wall bathtub and silver towel rail

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Jack Curtis)

The neutral wall tiles make this a simple yet sophisticated bathroom. A glass panel is a smart alternative to a shower curtain and will contain water more effectively.

The large tiles are from The Tile Shop.

7/7 Bedroom

room with sofa pillows and chair

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Jack Curtis)

A sofa bed is the perfect choice for a spare room, The raspberry pink walls give the room a warm glow, while the Buddha picture shows off the global influence.

The paint is from Dulux, and the Buddha painting is by Patrick McCarthy.

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Heather Young

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.