Take a tour around a glam rock attic flat

This living room marries modern lines with cosy opulence. Laura wanted the shell of the room to have a contemporary vibe, so she lowered the ceiling to hide the old rosette and to allow for spotlights.

This living room marries modern lines with cosy opulence. Laura wanted the shell of the room to have a contemporary vibe, so she lowered the ceiling to hide the old rosette and to allow for spotlights. The shell is filled with colourful accents and eclectic accessories.
Find quirky furniture pieces at B&B Italia and eye-catching mirrors from Driade. Visit The Rug Company to choose a design to suit your floor.

1/10 Living Room - House Tour

living room with wooden floor and sofa

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2/10 Dining Room - House Tour 

attic dining room with table and wooden floor

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A wall was knocked down to create a large open-plan living/dining room, that's perfect for the kids to do their homework, as well as for entertaining. White walls allow the statement furniture pieces and Morroccan-inspired accessories to take centre stage. A large black chandelier is a great way of defining the dining area in an open-plan space.

The Conran Shop sells chunky wooden benches, and Graham & Green stocks a wide range of stylish dining chairs. Find a chandelier like this one at Ochre

3/10 Living Room - House Tour

living room with books shelf and flower vase

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Cleverly positioned furniture pieces and lighting gives this, once gloomy, living room shelving area an intimate, loungey feel. Mirrors are used behind the shelves to create the illusion of depth, and rich-brown walls accentuate the muted light. The mood is lifted with jewel-coloured accessories and glassware. Mix-and-match photo frames to create an eye-catching photo gallery along the shelf.

Graham and Green sells eye-catching pouffes that are perfect for this look. Visit Marston & Langinger for stylish glassware.

4/10 Home Office - House Tour

office room with book shelf and table

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Not having the luxury of a spare room, Laura used the hallway to its maximum potential, and turned it into a home office area. Light pours into the space from the window, so it's ideal for working. Brick walls have been replaced by glass blocks to let light into the living room beyond.

Find Peter Blake's Babe Rainbow at Originalprints.com. Buy glass blocks at B&Q The chair is from The Conran Shop and the lamp is Ochre.

5/10 Home Decoration - House Tour

table top candle stand with flower vase

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This rock chic-meets-kasbah-inspired home is filled with colourful treasures and trinkets, which all add to the eclectic feel of this mansion flat. The tabletops are filled with her favourite candles and crystals.

Find similar candleticks at Appley Hoare and tealight holders at Rockett St George.

6/10 Kitchen - House Tour

white kitchen with worktop and potted plants

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White glossy wall tiles and stainless-steel units create an industrial chic look in this kitchen, while ample storage means it remains a practical, working kitchen - perfect for a self-confessed domestic goddess. Kitchen utensils are kept out of the way on hanging racks, while large items of cookware are stored on high shelves. The island unit creates an open feel, allowing the chef to chat to guests in the dining room.

Find wall tiles and stone flooring at Fired Earth and marble worktops at Marble & Granite. The range cooker is Smeg.

7/10 Bedroom - House Tour

white bedroom with wall painting and red lamp

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Laura wanted the bedroom to be a reflective space, so kept the walls white to create a minimalist air. A classic French-style bed adds a touch of boudoir glamour and is teamed with crisp white bedlinen. A large chandelier glistens overhead providing relaxing shimmer and sparkle to the scheme.

Find a French-style bed at And So To Bed and visit Urban Outfitters for eye-catching chandeliers. The room is painted in Strong White by Farrow & Ball.

8/10 Hallway - House Tour

wooden table with books

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The house is filled with quirky finishing touches like this hand door knob. Sections of the wall between the hallway and the living room have been replaced with glass bricks to allow the limited light to flow better. It helps to illuminate the little office and allows dark paint to be used without the space looking too gloomy.

9/10 Bathroom - House Tour

bathroom with table top washbasin and flower vase

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This luxurious ensuite has oodles of glamour mixed with elegant hotel chic. A freestanding basin stands on top of an Oriental-style alterpiece alond with her cosmetics. The marble splashback complements the stone flooring.

Visit CP Hart for a similar tap and basin, Fired Earth for stone flooring and Marmi & Granito for an elegant marble splashback.

10/10 Bathroom - House Tour

white bathroom with bathtub and wall shelves

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The ornate feet of this roll-top bath gives the space a sense of calming elegance, especially when teamed with the stone flooring. White walls keep the scheme looking fresh, while an array of photos and pictures, in a selection of different frames, adds a homely, personal touch.

Visit Fired Earth for a rustic roll-top bath and stone flooring.

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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.