Looking for some interiors inspiration for your townhouse? You’ve come to the right place. Featuring works from our favourite interior designers and the most beautiful townhouse shoots from the latest issues of Deodora & CO, this is the townhouse inspiration edit.
This gallery, full of interior design ideas for your townhouse, is sure to get the creative cogs spinning.With bright and bold new season rug designs to the latest wallpapers you need to see, keep your townhouse interior cool and contemporary with some ideas from our slideshow.
If you need some help achieving your dream townhouse interiors, consult our guide to the 50 best interior designers in the UK. Many of them are featured in our image slideshow above so keep your eyes peeled.
Townhouse interiors don’t have to be formal and stuffy. Instead opt for a cooler, modern look with these interior design ideas. With looks from Kelly Hoppen, Karen Howes and The Covent Garden hotel, you’re sure to find something to inspire you.
A fun way to add some colour to your townhouse walls is with some modern art or photography prints, such as the ones featured below.
Clockwise from top left: ‘Cactus’ by Magdalena Wosinska, from £120 unframed, different sizes available; ‘Pushkar IV’ by Helene Sandberg, from £120 unframed, different sizes available; ‘Neon Las Vegas’ by Kate Ballis, from £120 unframed, different sizes available; ‘House of Ghosts’ by Magdalena Wosinska, from £120 unframed, different sizes available. All at .
Do you like what you see, but need some help achieving your interiors goals? Click the links below the pictures to read more and find out where to buy, and who to , or see our edit of the best interior designers in the UK, to find the perfect designer to help you achieve your dream home.
Rebecca Cox is C&TH’s Online Editor. Former associate editor at Glamour.com, she has had work published across digital titles including Vogue, Grazia, Marie Claire, Refinery 29 and more. With almost a decade of online editorial experience, she dreams in html code and is happiest when walking along the Thames with her little boy.