She’s currently presenting Interior Design Masters, which if you’re not watching you need to start – where we see inspiring interiors each week. It got us thinking about Fearne Cotton’s house – which as it turns out is every bit as cool as you might expect!
The TV presenter and author of best-selling book ‘Happy’, lives in London with her musician husband, Jesse Wood, and their two children, Rex and Honey. The characterful house dates back to around 1850, providing the perfect backdrop for an array of vintage trinkets.
When it comes to fashion choices, Fearne is fearless, and never afraid to stand out – it’s therefore no surprise her home decor is just as quirky.
Fearne’s happy home is a haven of calm filled with eclectic homewares that ooze effortless style.
At home with Fearne Cotton
Fearne has an eclectic personal style that’s hard for others to emulate. Her home is very much of the same vein – everything feels unique and personal.
Having said that we see Fearne is also a fan of the latest on-trend homewares too! Seen displaying the popular cocooning egg chair and the best-selling metal storage trunks (We believe to be the QVC ones).
Ferne possesses a knack for mixing old and new and making it feel completely current. Her bedroom is home to many vintage-style pieces, from ornate gilded mirrors to an upholstered French bed.
The recipe for a happy home
The kitchen is the heart of this busy family home. Fearne is an avid baker, and unsurprisingly her kitchen is fabulous. The built-in units are cream with wooden worktops, and there’s one huge cupboard painted in dusky pink.
It’s not all bake and no play in this family kitchen. Is that the secret to a happy family home?
Showing off her talent for finding statement pieces, the kitchen boasts beautiful vintage-style plates and glassware.
Furniture choices add character. Fearne confidently mixes country-style wooden tables with colourful upholstered armchairs.
The house features lots of black-and-white framed portraits of famous faces.
Ferne’s down-to-earth attitude is what makes her so likeable! We love that she didn’t feel the need to perfect this candid family snap by removing the clothes airer. Bravo.
Look past the yoga pose to see the fabulous interior choices on display in Fearne’s house. From chinoiserie-style wallpaper to a modern Geo TV cabinet, the look is pleasingly eclectic cool.
The period home oozes character with thanks to wall panelling and stripped-back original floorboards.
The bedroom features an original fireplace, with a beautifully ornate surround. The mantelpiece provides the perfect ledge for displaying family photos and trinkets.
A turquoise dresser adds a burst of vibrant colour to the neutral kitchen scheme.
Keep up to date with all the latest going on in Fearne’s happy home on Instagram @fearnecotton