Whether updating your home office, seeking calm in the perfect cosy corner or adding eclectic details for a touch of joy, look to four of our customer muses to inspire your interior update.


Nostalgic and feminine yet completely contemporary, the Romantic is the poster woman for new femininity. In her wardrobe she wants soft ruffles, puff sleeves, delicate pleats, frothy tiers, oh-so-subtle florals and full skirts and looks to Cecilie Bahnsen, Emilia Wickstead and Valentino. Alongside pretty vintage-inspired table linens by D’Ascoli, she uses pastel glassware by Luisa Beccaria. Her home smells as delicate as it looks with candles by L’Officine Buly 1803–inspired by famous works of art.


The Purist is a minimalist to the core; she looks for understated pieces with clean, elegant lines and fine details.Her focus in her wardrobe and in her home is on true investment pieces: classic shapes and styles that can’t be dated. The Row, Jil Sander and Lemaire hang in her wardrobe, while her living space features Brunello Cucinelli cashmere blankets, a Gio Bagnara leather basket, and elegant table linen byOnce Milano.


Finger firmly on the pulse, the Fashion Pioneer is the woman in the know, a trailblazer who is forever ahead of the curve. She wears fresh, new pieces from both heritage houses like Paco Rabanne and Fendi and the new guard such as Halpern and Christopher Kane. Her living space reflects her personal style with plenty of colour–courtesy of Matilda Goad and La Double J. For a little humour, look to Anya Hindmarch’s playful pencil-inspired diffuser.


For the Curator, dressing is like creating a piece of art. She considers Simone Rocha’s artfully feminine designs true treasures and Loewe’s pin-sharp take on eclecticism worth the investment. Every item is considered: her wardrobe is her very own museum. It houses carefully selected pieces that are as interesting as they are beautiful–pieces that would be at home in a frame–and her interiors are no different. Crafted from 19th-century fabrics, By Walid’s handmade cushions set the tone for her eclectic soft furnishings, which sit alongside hand-finished tableware by Laboratorio Paravicini and unique sweet jars by Helle Mardahl.