House Call we had an overwhelming response, readers wanted more! Beth's amazing nest in South London is what dreams are made of — her parents bought this townhouse in the swinging 60s, 2 weeks before her birth. Beth had the opportunity to move back into the family home 4 years ago and she jumped at the opportunity. Loll and Lie. Beth has an incredible eye for detail and every item in her home has been placed with great care and planning. The design talent is a family gift — the home was featured in a home magazine in the 70s — some of these pictures are included in the tour! For more of Beth's beautiful pillows see Loll and Lie (she delivers to the U.S.). Loll and Lie. Lots of ceramics and pottery found at car boot sales and charity shops including Portmeirion, Meakin, Midwinter and Studio. New accessories from Habitat and IKEA. Lighting: The vintage lamp in our bedroom is one of our favorite possessions — found at a vintage warehouse just five minutes from home. Other new lamps from Skandium, Habitat and IKEA. Rugs & Carpets: Habitat Window Treatments: Vintage fabric that I found on eBay hangs in our study, the living and bedroom curtains are Habitat and blinds are all from IKEA. Tiles & Stone: Kitchen Floor tiles by Porcelanosa Art: Many old and new family photographs, the painting in our bedroom is a vintage find and in the living room behind our dining table I have framed two tea towels, one 'Night and Day' by Lucienne Day, the other from a shop in Lisbon. My latest acquisition is the 'Trees around Britain' screen print in our living room by the wonderful company, Bold and Noble. Beds: IKEA Bedroom furniture: My parent’s dressing table and chest of drawers believed to be from Heals in the early 1960s. Stanley’s bedroom is a mixture of the wonderfully practical Expedit range from IKEA as well as a contemporary bed by Ilva (no longer trading). Dining Room: Dining table from IKEA, Chairs are Eames from Vitra London. Vintage sideboard from eBay. Desks & Tables: A Vintage Ercol table serves as my sewing table. Our desk in the study is IKEA. A Robin Day sideboard re-issued by Habitat sits in the corner of the living room. Other:My peacock cane chair in our loft room was found in a charity shop. Check out past house tours here • Interested in sharing your home with Apartment Therapy? Contact the editors through our House Tour Submission Form.