Today I am introducing something a little different to the blog – a home tour. I found interior designer and blogger Laura Butler-Madden on Instagram and fell in love with her bright, white aesthetic.
Laura has an effortless style that is very recognisable and she effortlessly blends traditional and contemporary to create really gorgeous spaces.
Whilst Laura has been renovating her incredible family home in Dorset (with a kitchen that is out of the this world), she somehow managed to squeeze in the renovation of a two bedroom flat in Notting Hill.
And it is said flat that i’ll be showing you around today!
As you’ll already know, I am a fan of white and grey interiors and it would seem Laura is too. The flat is beautifully bright and airy and has been painted throughout in Farrow & Ball’s Strong White which helps makes it look very spacious keeps it and coordinated from room to room.
I love the attention to detail including the bench seating to create a dining nook and the rise and fall pendant over the marble table.
There are plenty of plants, marble and pops of brass throughout the space so no wonder I love it!
“We wanted to create a light, fresh and calm feel – we took influence mainly from Scandinavian apartments and commissioned the lovely and talented Kristin Gaudio Endsley to paint a Diptych as the central piece to the room (and to hide the TV!).”
See if you can spot Laura’s adorable little pup in the pics too, and scroll down to get the look in your own home.
Oh, and the best thing? You can stay! Laura offers the flat up for holiday lets. Visit here for availability and booking. Wouldn’t it be the dreamiest space to retreat to after a busy day exploring London?
Get the look
I have rounded up a selection of items to help you get Laura’s effortless style.