design & inspiration

{flea market finds & classic designs}


If you were expecting the south London home of Liza Giles, senior stylist for Tricia Guild of Designers Guild, to be creative and romantic and colourful and perfect, then you’d be right. Featured in Elle Decoration, I fell pretty hard for the white walls and brilliant splashes of colour, the boho-chic flavour, the expertly mixed colours and fabrics . . . but my favourites are the little vignettes of flea market finds–pretty objects and picture groupings alongside classic designs.

{all images from Elle Decoration, UK Edition October 2007 (NO 182), photography by James Merrell}

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11 Notes
  • Anonymous said...

    Does anyone know where is this mirror standing next to wardrobe from? It’s on the seventh picture here. You will make my dream come true if you share this information.


  • I love the “Blue Lady” prints. I always love those when I see them.

  • Wow!! You’re right!! It is perfect!

  • Thanks, anonymous!

  • Anonymous said...

    I am so glad I found your blog, it’s truly amazing! I looooove this post!!!! Thank you : )

  • Yasir said...

    Every room and every picture here is perfect. I’m completely in love. These interiors are literal perfections. Liza Giles has flawless, flawless imagination, creative ability and taste. I really appreciate this post!

  • I agree, Anna–I’ve been looking at them more and more recently–the vibrant colours, photo groupings, and little feminine touches are so inspiring!

  • These images are too beautiful for words!

  • Laura–this place is my new inspiration–I was trying to figure our place out, and these rooms are giving me so many ideas . . .

    Isn’t though, briggtopp? Thanks so much for stopping by.

  • Briggtopp said...

    Really perfect interior design.

  • wow these are all REALLY beautiful. from Elle Decor you say? I have to pick one up!

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