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Still stalking

I'm arranging an inspection. Who wants to come? We can open the wardrobes, rifle through the drawers when the agent isn't looking, find out who lives here. Then we can assume their lives and their house. That's what stalkers do don't they? No no no. Just kidding. That's creepy. I would love to meet whoever owns this lovely home though. Great taste. Link here while it lasts.

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A new traditionalist

Like a rakish bad boy holding court, modern statement pieces spice up the elegant, traditional rooms in New York interior designer Caleb Anderson's portfolio. His sophisticated spaces pay homage to the past always with an eye to the future. It's about drama, contrast and luxe salon style living. The richness comes from layering of texture and materials often with a bold colour accent taking the design to the next level.

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Douglas Mackie 

London based interior designer Douglas Mackie does not follow rules. In fact, it seems he likes to break them. His mostly traditional spaces are filled with antiques yet there are modern surprises in furnishings and artwork. This melange of styles keeps the spaces from being too stuffy and classic, and his selection of beautiful rich colours and textures adds to the sophisticated look. British without the boring. :)

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British invasion

This home designed by British designer Ben Pentreath makes me want to sit on a chesterfield, drink tea from a teacup while nibbling on scones and watching Coronation Street. So quintessential British. (Jo featured Ben's gorgeous former flat here)


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I was having a hard time trying to find something to follow my previous post with. I am head over heels in love with that last house...but I think this living room is in the same vein. It has a little more funk and I love the addition of the wall colour. By Mrs Sullivan Interiors. Photo: Francis Dzikowski.