Caroline Flack’s lush London house is 100 per cent our type on paper! It’s stylish, fun and fearless just like it’s owner.
Caroline’s sense of unique personal style is reflected in her interiors. From a retro-style Smeg fridge to a strikingly modern blue sofa this house is an eclectic haven.
The TV presenter moved into her quirky London home back in April 2016. She likes to switch things up and move pieces around, not surprising given her kooky sense of style – like her personal style her house is always evolving.
Read on to see inside her plush pad – and discover how to get her signature look for your home!
The kitchen fuses vintage style and modern design. The candy pink fridge is a classic retro accessory that adds a splash of pretty colour. On a different end of the scale the wall tiles are a modern geometric trellis design in deliciously dark tones.
Clearly not afraid to push style boundaries, Caroline has a statement rug, once in her kitchen, now in her living room. Seen above here with adorable little Ruby.
Not just any rug either, it’s a Diane von Furstenburg design for The Rug Company – where prices start from £1231! Be careful not to spill tomato sauce on it Caroline.
This is the latest artwork to be unveiled to fans. It’s a fabulous abstract painting that incorporates all the green and pink shades seen throughout Caroline’s home.
Here’s Flack heading for the ultra-cool fridge looking ultra-cool herself!
For a girl to look her best a full length mirror is essential – or in Caroline’s case two! A traditional looking Persian rug adds a decorative feel to the living room.
With her expensive taste in rugs we can’t imagine this design is cheap, but they do sell similar in Ikea!
This sofa is a real statement piece in a vibrant azure shade of blue! No wallflower herself Caroline looks right at home on this sofa.
The landing is cheered up with a modern artwork of cats – clearly the star has an affection for cats!
Meet Waffle the adorable Scottish fold cat that stars heavily in Caroline’s Instagram feed. Seen here reclining on a traditional looking tapestry-style rug, in front of a retro sideboard.
Large windows let in plenty of light to the quirky space.
Originally the designer rug lived in the living room. The herringbone ash wood flooring gives the space an effortless Scandi vibe.
We look forward to watching what Caroline does next to her home!