make it yours: michelle mason

This colorful abode belongs to London-based interior product designer Michelle Mason, her husband, Bill (a photographer), and their daughter, Marni. The family lives in a two-bedroom flat in a Victorian building east of the city. I love the combination of blue, magenta and black seen throughout their home. Painting the living room floor white makes the space look larger and brightens up the room. It’s no surprise that each piece of furniture and decoration in the Mason’s flat is beautifully designed. What a charming home! Click here to see the original Sneak Peek. — Lauren

Palette 1 (Living Room)

Sweet Pea (Benjamin Moore), PMS 376; B. Reverie (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 3135; C. Orchid Rose (Behr), PMS 214; D. New Black (Valspar), PMS Black; E. Dragon Fire (Behr), PMS Orange

Roundup 1 (Living Room)

1. Sea Going Ceramic Lamp, $20; 2. Zinc Letters, $18; 3. Penelope Candle Holder, $11; 4. Industrial Task Floor Lamp, $169; 5. Goetz Sofa, $3949; 6. Erland Chair, $60

The second roundup and room stills continue after the jump…

Palette 2 (Bedroom)

A. Sparkling Sun (Benjamin Moore), PMS 1235; B. Tide Pools (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 3258; C. *Actual Wall Color: Niagara Blue (Dulux), PMS 5483; D. Orchid Rose (Behr), PMS 214; E. New Black (Valspar), PMS Black

Roundup 2 (Bedroom)

1. Rosenholm Throw Pillow, $165; 2. Estelle Ottoman, $89; 3. Stella Rug, $576; 4. Bus Blind Cushions, $74; 5. Leirvik Bed Frame, $99

mini moderns

oooh michelle’s our friend but we didn’t realise she had the same sofa as us! looks fab and will see her friday night at Tent London…
keith at mini moderns


I have the same bed but spray painted it Rustoleum’s textured black spray paint. Took a longgggg time but now it has the appearance of old wrought iron


We have that bed and switched out the finials for a more unique touch! It was so easy and so inexpensive! :)