Using her experience at architecture firm Foster + Partners, Chloe redesigned the whole house – it was previously two Victorian terraces, which they knocked together to create one family home. The open-plan kitchen and living space is the hub of the house, and creating a space that could lend itself to entertaining was key to Chloe's design. A wall of glass doors opening out onto the garden space makes for a perfect party pad – she even incorporated coloured disco lights hidden at the top of the walls to get an authentic nightclub glow.
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The large sofa is a version of MADE.com's Mortimer design. Chloe's main living space keeps to a neutral palette, using exposed brickwork as a backdrop for natural-hued furnishings and a smattering of colour from artwork and accessories. Try using stone-like shades such as Sandstone, Roman Stone 4 and Chalky Downs 2 on walls to recreate a similar tonal base.