The Homes & Gardens House Tours took place over two days, Thursday 10 and Friday 11 October 2019, in Fulham, southwest London. Once inside the houses, ticket holders were able to explore them at their leisure, picking up plenty of design and decorating tips along the way.
For further inspiration, ticket holders were also given the chance to book a place on one of our workshops. Here they picked up some practical tips from one of our decorating experts on how to brighten up your home. The workshops were held on both days.
This London-meets-Scandi-cool home is surprisingly practical, despite its pale tones and minimal canvas.
Inherited art and antiques, together with accessories from favourite design shops, bring a warm, personal style to this classically decorated Victorian family home.
How do you mix cool contemporary design with living with four young children? The secret is in the storage.
Brave colour choices and punchy patterns are celebrated in this bold and beautiful family home.
With drama in her design DNA and a bucketful of smart decorating tricks, it’s no surprise that this once ‘long and thin’ semi is a now a super-roomy, stylish family home.
By reversing the open-plan layout of their Victorian home, the owners and their children are now able to enjoy the benefits of both personal and family time
After this success of this year's event, we are delighted to announce that our Homes & Gardens House Tours will be back for 2020.
For this special event, six homeowners will be throwing open their doors and inviting you inside. Their houses have been hand-picked by our editorial team, as they offer the perfect mix of elegance and inspiration and will have you brimming with ideas from the moment you step through the door.
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