As you no doubt know, I love London stylist Abigail Ahern’s dark and moody style. I wanted to the Abigail Ahern Islington shop to check out one of her new collection of lighting. Well, the ceiling light I was eyeing for my kitchen wasn’t on display yet but I refused to leave the Abigail Ahern shop empty handed.
What kind of interiors addict would I be? Not that kind, I assure you.
I absolutely love the Abigail Ahern flowers so here are some of the choices on display at the Abigail Ahern Islington shop. There are faux flowers and then there are Abigail Ahern faux flowers which really are in a league of their own.
I’ve amassed quite the collection of Abigail Ahern faux flowers, vases, plates etc. and am stopped only by budget considerations. While I was there, I figured out I’d check out some of the Abigail Ahern lamps and Abigail Ahern cushions. You know, for research purposes.
I also love the Abigail Ahern plants, especially the cactus. I know cacti are hard to kill but you don’t know my track record with indoor plants. That’s why I’m thinking the Abigail Ahern faux plants will be just my thing.
What did I buy in the end? Some gorgeous Abigail Ahern flowers to go with some of the other faux flowers I have, including from her store. Inspired by the flower-filled bathroom I recently saw at a home show, they add instant drama to my downstairs loo (powder room to us Americans). Check it out!
I’ll be doing a room reveal for this downstairs loo shortly – you can catch a sneak peak of my Farrow and Ball Hague Blue wall paint and the Farrow and Ball Ringwold wallpaper in Hague Blue and gold.
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