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An inspirational look at the interiors of London’s hottest creative talents, with hundreds of achievable design ideas for those on a budget

Overview

New London Style takes a fresh look into the homes of the most exciting young creatives in the city, from the music, fashion, design and art worlds. This new wave is injecting funkiness and bright ideas into highly individual and inspirational interiors.

A great number of these ideas begin in the intimacy of their own homes but have come to attract international attention, so a glimpse into these interiors reveals a world of creativity.

The twenty-eight houses are in the grooviest, on-the-edge neighbourhoods – from Shoreditch to Notting Hill, Camberwell to Clerkenwell – and reflect the cosmopolitan melting pot that influences London’s design trends – whether in a mews house, a derelict pub, or even a church.

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Reviews

'A visual treat'
Red

'A fresh look into the private dwellings of the most exciting young creative talents in the capital'
Attitude

'Be a style setter, not a trend slave … achingly hip'
Daily Mail

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Specifications

Format: Paperback

Size: 25.0 x 23.0 cm

Extent: 224 pp

Illustrations: 371

Publication date: 18 January 2010

ISBN: 9780500288474

Contents List

Introduction • E1, SE1: Whitechapel and Bermondsey • NW3, NW1: Hampstead and Primrose Hill • W1, W9: Marylebone and Maida Vale • W8, W11: Kensington, Notting Hill and Holland Park • SW5, SW6: South Kensington and Parsons Green • SE11, SW90, SE22: Kennington, Brixton and East Dulwich

About the Author

Chloe Grimshaw is an independent writer whose articles on art, design, travel and interiors have appeared in a variety of publications, including the Daily Telegraph, Sunday Times, The Independent and Elle Decoration.

Ingrid Rasmussen is the photographer for Creative Living London, New London Style, The New Country Style, and several volumes of the Style City series, all published by Thames & Hudson.