If you saw Abigail Warner’s careers feature last Friday and her beautiful (and super organised!) home office then you may have been looking forward to her full home tour. I know I was.

Abi lives in a stunning three bedroom Edwardian terrace in Derbyshire which has a real sense of space, super high ceilings and many original features such as open fireplaces and stained glass.

Abi describes her design and styling philosophy as “A real a mix of designer, high street, artisan and vintage with a muted colour palette of white, grey, black, silver, gold and palest pinks” – which makes for a truly eclectic and unique home. I wanted to move in.

Take a look at the gorgeous imagery in the slider and if anything takes your fancy Abi has kindly listed where you can purchase similar items for your own living space.

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My hall makes enough of a statement with the exposed wood and original floor details, so we wanted to keep it totally free of furniture and styled elements with the exception of a vintage standard lamp.

With a feature fireplace, bay window and tall shelves, the lounge is my favourite room. The light in this room in the evening is beautiful and so relaxing. I have chosen white, shades of grey and black as the main colours with a small hint of metallics in the cushions.

My sofa is from DFS {yes really! believe me, they have *some* gorgeous sofa’s you have to look past the dated website and styling} and I am a total cushion obsessive and have mixed and matched lots of textures. My cushions are from Jonathan Adler, Heals, Laura Ashley , John Lewis and the Conran Shop.

Art is all collected since we met, our 4th date was in Paris so there’s a bit of a theme going on!

My dining room is light and airy, framed with french doors and billowing white curtains. Two of the chairs are wooden slated with grey cushioned seat – a wedding present to my parents that have been reupholstered by my lovely mum and the remainder are Eames replicas from John Lewis.

The kitchen is the only room that we steer away from the colour palette and go for a pop of colour with artwork and accessories, the letterpress magnets are from my BFF, Helen who also works with me (along with my lovely super-mum and Rebecca and my extended team of printers and suppliers who help me run my studio).

In the master bedroom I wanted to create a really relaxing space that felt a little more feminine so painted the walls in a soft shade of truffle with soft furnishings in shades of grey and the palest pinks. The bed is from Made.com and the side lamps are from John Lewis.

The necklace frame I made using an old frame, fabric and strung up using wide black ribbon, The drawers were originally generic dark wood and then painted and waxed, the handles were from Bombay Duck.

As you can see in the bathroom I am bit of a product junkie! Cowshed, Neals Yard, Sanctuary, Kevin Murphy, Creme De La Mer, you name it and I’ve tried it!

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{The Particulars}
  • Who: Abigail & Liam
  • What: Edwardian 3 Bed Terrace
  • Where: Derbyshire
  • Style: Eclectic Artisan