I first met Interior designer and mum of two, Laura when we shot her gorgeous 1930’s renovation for a house tour with her family last year. When she invited me back to see her house with a sprinkle of Christmas magic, I couldn’t resist. That and she make the most amazing cakes.
Laura has a keen eye for styling and a distinct style which shows throughout each room of her home. Walking through the door give you goosebumps. It’s a beautiful house which feels loved and experiencing it in full Christmas glory was a magical treat.
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A welcoming entrance is key to any interior and sets the tone for the rest of the house.
Laura is often drawn towards the use of 3 objects in her decorative styling.
A large mirror makes full use of the light from the entrance.
In the family lounge/dining room and kitchen, a 9ft tree takes centre stage with a simple white and pink theme.
The streamlined white island unit makes the perfect place for a little accessorising.
Into the main lounge, the door is kept shut to prevent her dogs from eating the presents!
Deep purples, pinks and red’s follow through the colour theme.
Upstairs even the children get their own trees to help decorate their rooms.
Ella’s fairytale room is perfectly finished with this fairy inspired miniature tree.
Joseph loves his boy tree, complete with mini Santa’s.
Styling by Laura Green and Tracey Chalk. Photography by Tracey Chalk
To contact Laura for Interior Design advice or a quote with Ella Rose Designs, you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org