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The Auburn Jerry Hall 2015. Limited Edition Digital (Art Giclée) c. Czar Catstick for ArtfinderBUY THIS… The Fun & Feisty Wall Art

When it comes to interiors, they shouldn’t always be matchy-matchy, serious or sensible. Which is why I absolutely love this new piece of wall art by Czar Catstick at Art Finder. Called ‘The Auburn Jerry Hall, 2015 – Lowbrow’, it’s a pop art of Kathy Burke aka Linda La Hughes from the TV sitcom Gimme Gimme Gimme. Hang it in the hallway, the bathroom or anywhere to bring a smile to one’s face. It’s £240 and a limited edition of 20, so hurry hurry hurry!

urban living ARKETIPO_TWIGGY_01_LRWANT THIS… The Coolest Retro Modern Chair

Picture the scene – you’re in a chi-chi lounge bar, all moody lights, shimmery dècor, classy nibbles on the super shiny table and a frosty cocktail in hand (actually it’s your living room, but…!) To finish the look you need a rather fabulous and elegant chair to sit in: enter the Twiggy! This investment dining or occasional chair has a quilted leather back and trim teamed with sumptuous fabric seat and arms, both of which you can customise to your choice – how decadent. The Twiggy Chair, £1970 from Urban Living Interiors.

Ibride-RosalbaLOVE THIS… The Arty Coat Rack Solution

I hate coats hanging up in the hallway gathering dust, falling down and getting in the way. I was so pleased to find this stunning solution from one of my favourite brands, Ibride. One moment it’s a full-length piece of artwork, the next it opens up to reveal shoes and coats. Although it’s not cheap at £899 (!) I think it’s genius! The Les Valets Wall Wardrobe, Rosalba from Ibride Dandy Collection is available from House Junkie.


Jonathan Adler Living RoomI ADORE… Hollywood Old School Glamour

I’m doing up my new (old) house and my mood boards are very much Hollywood Regency/1930s Glamour inspired. Working them into a 400 year old house isn’t as weird (or wrong) as it sounds, as I want to make it as light and bright and modern as possible. Take two or three eras i.e. Regency, 1930s, and Modern and they work so well together. The key is keeping the colour palette simple. US designer Jonathan Adler does it brilliantly. See my A/W15 Trends Report in the upcoming October issue of Real Homes magazine.