The home of designer Cath Kidston

Cath Kidston is a company based in London and with a large number of stores spread throughout the British capital and by different countries around the world. She sells cloth, clothes and home accessories. But after that name there is also a woman who after defeating cancer at age 37 began her dizzying career in the world of decoration.

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Here we will see some images of your London home where your style and brand are easily recognizable. Descendant of an illustrious English family does not disgust the most modern trends but always with his personal brand, with that one hundred percent British touch.

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The strong and vivid colors do not give any fear, on the contrary I use them profusely but always with great skill. Old, enviable furniture is combined with modern elements and kitsch objects.

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The fabrics are the brand of the house as well as the cushions, floral designs used in their usual creations. The house breathes the personality of its owner and author.

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Fine combinations both when working with risky pallets and when it does with more common basic pallets.

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Cath Kidston is a regular of the markets where she finds many adorable objects that she adds with grace to her decoration and of course she is in love with dogs.

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This small bathroom is a high-risk design exercise, an impressive collage and above all very British for its theme, flowers and dogs.

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The motifs and floral designs that have made it recognized all over the world, its brand of the house, can be found everywhere, in walls, fabrics and crockery.

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An enviable house enjoyed by this successful entrepreneur who has managed to cross borders and export the typical British design to distant and exotic countries.

Photos: alkemie.blogspot.com

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