Anita Kaushal's London Home....

I am such a book ADDICT....especially design books! One of my favorites is by Anita Kaushal called 'The Family At Home' which I highly recommend. Speaking of homes, last year Anita posted about her own home on her blog and I meant to share it here but somehow got lost in the mix of everything! Her home has definitely been an inspiration to me, hope it inspires you too!
 
How cool is that swing in her home?? I bet her kids LOVE it! 










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30 comments

  1. She has a gorgeous home! I have been thinking about putting a swing in our house since the winters are so long here in Denmark, so it's fun to see one in action. I love it and I know my kids would too!

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  2. gorgeous! loving the all white look and the fact that the space is so neat and inviting. oh that swing! dreamy!

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  3. I love that swing! every kid should absolutely grow up with one. It's such a cliche to say but her home seems to be the kind of haven where the stresses of the day melts away once you enter, its so serene.

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  4. Wow, her house is just beautiful, i'm loving the crisp white walls throughout and yes how fun would a swing be! Jx p.s I love reading your blog!

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  5. All the pictures all gorgeous!! Nice post!

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  6. I adore the swing, the black bathtub, and that oversized mirror!

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  7. i love that sheer bed cover - saving that idea for summer!

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  8. It's very nice although I think for me is a little too stark and white!
    It works to bring in a lot of natural light which is fantastic! These are great inspirational photos.

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  9. Wow, this home just looks so...relaxing. LOVE that swing!

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  10. great pics. i love the marble countertop and the adorable heart rug in the little girl's room!

    http://schnellecouture.blogspot.com/

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  11. Hey Jen..love this post...what a gorgeous home...so stylish yet so homely..love it! Hope you are well lovely xo

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  12. I love the giant mirror in the hallway!

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  13. Fabulous home and you must have the MOST fabulous collection of home design books!! Janell

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  14. Such a gorgeous space, Anita's children will most certainly inherit the design gene growing up within these inspiring surrounds!

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  15. wow! this home is absolute perfection! I am sure I will dream of this house tonight! lol.

    thanks for the inspiration!

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  16. I love the simplicity and casualness of this home! it looks like such an easy breezy place to live!

    Btw...came across your blog for the first time today and I lOVE it! it will certainly be a new regular for me!

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  17. ! I am following you now.. Love you blogg.

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  18. ! I am following you now.. Love yor style

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  19. White can be so simple but gorgeous. I especially like how it is used in Norwegian interiors.

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  20. Love the little girls room! My son would love the bunk beds with the shelves. He is constantly needing his books and cars right next to him while he sleeps. This would be perfect for him.

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  21. JASMIN (AHH LOVELY) - Thank you! :)
    I too love the crisp white walls...some people dont like that, but I dont mind it all. :)

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  22. Love Anita's home and her book!!!! Her home looks so peaceful and fun... a hard combo to pull off!
    xx Trina

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  23. What a gorgeous home! I love the white basics. So cute!!

    Thanks for sharing!

    XO

    Lise M
    www.urbanstylevibes.com

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  24. A minimalist decor looks the best when gorgeous pieces are placed strategically to enhance its beauty and the overall beauty of the entire space...and she definitely achieved this.

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  25. I love the white walls and the swing!! <3

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  26. I just love this post!!! Soo white!
    It's a gorgeous home, the blak bathtub, the childreen's room, the living room, all the spaces lovely!!

    I love your blog, thanks for all the photos you publish!!

    Kiss kiss

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  27. Yes I have always admired her style. My daughter would kill for that indoor swing. xx

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  28. I loved the way she used the chandelier in her bathroom. Also, in the pink bedroom.
    Great home!

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  29. How bizarre. I have been thinking about this book for ages too and finally got around to posting about it last week. Our brains must have been linked!

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  30. I love your blog. I'm new to blogging but yours is one of my favorites.

    p.s. I adore these rooms they are gorgeous.

    -Elaina

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