abigail ahern’s home

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This is the London home of interior stylist Abigail Ahern. I love the interior which is a blend of modern design and antiques, crafts, flea discovery and design classics.

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The house is located in trendy East London. Not so long ago this was a poor, impoverished area. But in a short period of time, East London transformed into a trendy, hip neighborhood. It really has become the place to stay, and there have appeared many good restaurants and cool shops in the area.

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One of these shops is Abegail’s own shop Atelier Abigail Ahern, where she sells everything from fun interior accessories to antique furniture.

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(images by Hotze Eisma/via Interiormagasinet)

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11 Responses to abigail ahern’s home

  1. Are you sure this is Abigail Ahern’s house? Isn’t her house painted in dark grey? It’s all she talks about…

  2. Hi Tracy, this is how Abigail’s home looked liked before she changed/painted it. It now looks like this: http://www.designsponge.com/2008/10/sneak-peek-abigail-ahern.html

  3. I love the wooden chairs! They look very great in such a contemporary home.

  4. Recent photos here – http://theselby.com/7_7_11_AbigailAhern/ I went on her design talk recently in her home, it was stunning

  5. stunning interior, love everything here

  6. would love to know where the floor pillows are from. Love the colors!

  7. very interesting and really awesome i love this.

  8. very interesting and really awesome i love this.

  9. Her home will always be one of my favourites. She has such an eye for texture and the esoteric. Love it.
    xo.

  10. I love everything that Abigail has done to update her London home and evolve her style from an aesthetic point of view – I’m an avid follower of her blog and a great fan, BUT having seen these ‘before’ photos, I much prefer the way the house interior was – the sheer magnitude of light, the non-clutter and the simplicity are stunning :) The mixture of natural textures, wood, concrete and stark white walls is extremely elegant and eclectic.

  11. The former interior gets my vote too. She’s very talented either way, but the light and space in the earlier house look amazing. And I love that shaggy chartreuse cushion on the grey and white bed. Where can I find one?!

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