Today we present to you the fabulous British interior designer, Abigail Ahern’s four-story Victorian terraced house where she resides with her husband Graham and adorable dog Maude. The designer runs a successful interior design consultancy and a highly acclaimed shop in London and she is currently launching a range of light fixtures and has published a book. Her eclectic house is chalk full of bold and courageous visual surprises as well as great humor throughout. She confesses to “sleep, eat and breathe all things interior” and runs an extremely successful design consultancy as well as one of the coolest places to shop in the UK according to Elle Decoration magazine. Take a look through these fabulous photos of Abigail’s home, what do you think, does her home inspire you? Via
Visit interior designer Abigail Ahern’s website here.
The house was built in 1860, built over four floors and in a pretty derelict state when I bought it. I had just relocated from the States where I had worked as an interior designer for a young architectural practice in Birmingham, Michigan for 3 years, and they pretty much inspired the structure of how the house looked. They built some pretty amazing spaces (glass houses) overlooking the great lakes – and I very much wanted to replicate the indoor/outdoor feel. So we took the exterior wall out and put in glass over 2 floors, hence a very modern/traditional vibe which very much reflects the furniture and accessories.
Photos: The Selby
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