Enjoy this beautiful London house tour, where this beautifully decorated home is packed with secondhand treasures.

I have to admit, I am partial to a good house tour.  We’re still working on our house (I know, it’s only been a year…).  Excitingly we’re currently working with an architect to add a small extension so that we can have the luxury of an upstairs bathroom.  

This means that all work on the upstairs of our house, and our hallway and stairs have to wait until this work has been done.  This is so incredibly frustrating. Particularly as the bedrooms upstairs are in such desperate need of renovation. Think holes in walls, 20-year-old orange carpet, etc.

In the meantime, I am living vicariously through other people’s beautifully designed and furnished homes.  This is in the vain hope that one day (hopefully by the end of this year!), our home will look at least half as good as these stunning homes!

Caroline’s Stunning London House Tour

One house I’ve been swooning over online is that of Caroline Rowland, editor of 91 Magazine.  Her London home is, I’m sure you’ll agree, simply stunning.

Like all of the houses I’ve featured here on Moral Fibres in the past, her house has largely been furnished with secondhand finds. Be it from eBay, car boot sales, Gumtree, charity shops, and antique shops – with the odd new item thrown in for good mix.   It really is proof that secondhand doesn’t mean that you have to compromise your style when it comes to furnishing your home.

Have a look for yourself at Caroline’s stunning home in this beautiful London house tour!

pastel dining room
white open plan dining kitchen
vintage style kitchen
home furnished from ebay
bunting over fireplace
ebay sideboard in london house tour
thornback and peel pigeon wallpaper
pigeon wallpaper in london house tour
vintage style kids room in london house tour

If you’re swooning over Caroline’s home as much as I am, then you can see more photos of her beautiful home on Apartment Therapy. You can also read the full interview with Caroline too. Here you’ll learn more about her decorating processes and furniture sources.

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