Take a tour around Lulu Guinness' Victorian terrace

Housetohome.co.uk takes a tour around Lulu Guinness' gorgeous Victorian terraced house. Be inspired by her decorating ideas and bring them into your Victorian terrace house. Find inspirational romantic-style decorating ideas for bedrooms, bathrooms and kitchen

In Lulu Guinness' Victorian terrace, glamour and femininity run throughout. In the living room, a palette of delicate pinky pastels creates a romantic atmosphere and allows statement pieces, such as the gilt mirror and plum velvet chair, to stand out. The sofa has been updated with violet linen to add real glamour.

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feminine dining room

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Buy a similar-shaped sofa at George Smith and linens at Designers Guild.

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living room with blue sofa

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Personalised pieces give this seating area a real sense of individuality. The wall painting, based on Lulu Guinness' silhouette, adds a touch of romance to the space. The vintage sofa is reinvented with bright loose covers to introduce colour to the scheme.

Find these cushions at Lulu Guinness. Similar vintage wall hangings can be ordred through The Rug Company.

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quirky dining room

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Banquette seating is a great space-saver and creates a cosy nook in the dining room. The sequined wall hanging adds interest to the back wall and oozes English-eccentric glamour.

Browse similar artwork at Ann Carrington.

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monochrome kitchen with isabel tiles

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A glamorous splashback with Parisien-chic silhouettes makes a striking statement behind the cooker. It adds instant drama to an otherwise simple, white kitchen.

These gorgeous Isabel tiles are by Ruben Toledo for Ceramica Bardelli at Via Arkadia.

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white dining room

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The intricate Fornasetti cabinet is perfect for this vintage-style dining room, and suits the monochrome scheme perfectly. Decorative vases are placed on top of the cupboard to draw attention to the high ceilings. Glass dining chairs are given a flirty update with floral cushion covers. Pendant lights are hung at different heights above the dining table to create a striking focal point.

Find similar chairs at Alfies Antiques. Source Fornasetti furniture at Themes & Variations.

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feminine bedroom

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A pretty floral mural, made using a mix of stencils and hand painting, brings girly glamour to this bedroom. It adds soft romance to the space and looks great with the ditzy floral bedlinen.

The Stencil Warehouse has a good range of foliage stencils like these, and find a similar sleigh bed at The White Company.

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black and white bathroom

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The chic monochrome style in this bathroom dominates this dressing area. Teamed with vintage accessories it has touch of Hollywood glamour. The floor is made from reclaimed Victorian path tiles and coordinates well with the pretty black-and-white cushions.

Source reclaimed floor tiles at Salvo.co.uk. Find similar cushions at Supernice.

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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.