Location: Dulwich — London, United Kingdom
Anouska, an interior designer, and her partner have taken the already good bones of a nineteenth century English terrace house and truly made them sing. The perfectly balanced use of bold colors, beautiful furniture and charming accents give the home a bright sophisticated look. And we'll show a remarkable amount of restraint by not gushing over the bathroom, but the bathroom is just...well check out the wallpaper (sigh, the wallpaper) and go from there.
From Anouska: My partner Scott and I live in a two-bedroom flat set in a turn of the century terraced house built in 1898. It has two bedrooms, one bathroom, kitchen and sitting room, unless guests are staying the spare bedroom is used as a study and dressing room.We chose East Dulwich because of its mix of chi-chi village charm along Lordship Lane and its proximity to buzzy Peckham.
Scott and I love to travel and often return from our trips with carpets, art, furniture and miscellaneous objects. We wanted to incorporate these items into our home and give each room a distinctive feel.
My favorite piece of furniture is the pretty Chinoiserie lacquer fire screen found in Malacca because it reminds me of a wonderful three week trip from Hong Kong to Singapore via Vietnam and Malaysia.
Thanks so much, Anouska ! You can see more of Anouska's professinal work on her website.
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