Innerspace – Jennifer Loiselle’s inspiring London interior

Jennifer Loiselle
“Aesthetically, we’re trying to achieve a mid-century look meets kitsch, with a bit of taxidermy thrown in for good measure!”
Jennifer was the first person to contact me to do a feature on her London house. As soon as I saw the photos in her email, I decided I had to go and have a browse around. I already knew about her super cute headbands so I was thrilled to meet her.

When it comes to decorating the house, Jennifer & Damian work as a team, and seem to complement each other well, if I judge by the result and what she says about their way of doing things: “I guess my husband, Damian and I balance each other out quite well; he likes clutter (or what he likes to call maximalism) and I tend to take things away…he’s also much more into Japanese toys (ie the wall of Bearbricks) than I am, and if it were up to him, I’m sure there would be some skateboard decks hanging on the walls as well.”

What struck me most about their house – apart from the completely stunning Tretchikoff wall mural – is how calm and quiet it was, despite being in London, not far from a busy, busy road. Quite a change from the usual London houses!

Have a look at the slideshow below to get a better idea of Jennifer’s family’s beautiful surroundings.

If your house is interesting, and like Jennifer you would like it to be featured here, just send me an email with a few photos and we will work something out!