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Episode 129: Abigail Ahern

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Abigail Ahern is an influential tastemaker who is consistently ahead of the design trail, whether she’s pioneering faux flowers or dark, inky colour palettes. Her trendsetting designs are synonymous with glamour, eclecticism and British humor. Abigail Ahern began her career in interior design in the States, with a portfolio that spans lavish residential properties to the Ritz Carlton Palm Beach hotel.

On returning to Britain, Abigail Ahern founded her own retail business in 2003.  The Abigail Ahern London store is one of the UK’s top design boutiques, voted as one of the coolest places to shop by Elle Decoration and The Telegraph.  Abigail’s cleverly curated collections, famous faux flowers, and signature dark paint range have won over design insiders, press and celebrity clientele alike.

Today, Abigail Ahern has a global following through her retail and product designs, best-selling books and lifestyle blog.  Abigail’s blog is one of the most influential interiors blogs in the UK, and a regular fixture on the best blog lists from the likes of The Times, Daily Mail and The Independent to Homes & Antiques and Domaine Home.  Abigail has authored three interiors books – A Girl’s Guide to Decorating, Decorating with Style and COLOUR.  Her books have been published in the UK, USA, Canada, France, Germany, Spain, Australia and New Zealand.

Abigail Ahern runs international Design Masterclasses, teaching her design wisdom and philosophy in an all-day event.  From the art of creating seductively stunning interiors, to clever styling tips, creating luxury on a shoestring and discovering beautiful color pallets;  Abigail instills everyone with the confidence to be fearless when decorating.

Visit her Website here

Add some or all of Abigail’s own books or her recommendations to your design library by clicking the images below:

 

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