Get the Look: Islington Interior Style
Celebrated as a cultural hub, Islington style is a magnet for interior obsessives. Locals love expressing their unique style through their homes. In turn, their living rooms reflect the eclectic nature of Islington itself.
Further, Islington natives know how to inject surprise into their living spaces. Their interiors are a mix of vintage classics with modern design. In addition, they love to curate their living room with bespoke furniture, art pieces and unique finds.
Epicentre of English creativity
Once the original home of Cole & Son in 1875, the borough boasts a long history of design innovation. Fast forward to 2020, and its current style leaders know how to turn their homes into a practical escape. In addition, with space a precious commodity, they focus on multi-functional design. In terms of maximising space, the elegant Clara sofa is the perfect seating solution. Its understated design make a chic impression without overpowering a room. Another space-saver is the Fairfax footstool which marries the benefits of hidden storage within its mid-century frame.
Further, the key to Islington style is injecting clever and characterful pieces into a comfortable hideaway. Ultimately their interiors reflect an urban dweller looking to recharge and tell a stylish story.
- Clara Grande Sofa, Cotton Velvet, Hazel, Arlo & Jacob, from £1395
- Fairfax Footstool, Iberian Weave, Straw, Arlo & Jacob from £940
- Lustre Pendant Light, Copper Red, by Jochen Holz, The New Craftsmen, £1000
- Solid oak drinks trolley, Italy 1950s, Beton Brut, £500
- Pair of 1970’s vintage Italian Ceramic gold lamps, AU Bespoke, £600
- Cataboo colour-block patchwork quilt, A.P.C from MatchesFashion, £430
- Bella Freud 1970 extra large candle, MatchesFashion, £365
- Safari Dance wallpaper, Cole & Son, £90 per roll
- Eddie Indoor Plant, Pointless Plants, £14.99