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by Grace McGettigan
11th Nov 2019

Vogue Williams apartment

Looking for some interior design inspiration? Vogue Williams’ apartment in Howth is a must-see


Vogue Williams’ apartment in Howth is on the market for €410,000, and while prospective buyers will suss out the fittings, we’re taking inspiration from her furnishings.

Located in the Findlater building on Harbour Road, Vogue’s two-bedroom apartment boasts tasteful art and interiors. Bright, white walls and reflective surfaces make the place feel larger than it is, while textured fabrics and plants add warm pops of colour.

Presented in turn-key condition, the home comes with newly-fitted kitchen units, as well as newly-fitted floors and coving. There is also underground car parking with elevator access and a balcony off the living area.

Vogue Williams' apartment

Estate agents Kevin Flanigan Estates say, “The property is located off Howth Harbour with a one-minute walk to Howth DART station. Other nearby amenities include beautiful coastal walks, superb sandy beaches, marina, yacht club and golf clubs and a host of other amenities right on its doorstep.”

Vogue Williams apartment

Despite the wealth of services nearby, the apartment seems too homely and stylish to leave. The walls are decorated with artwork by London-based painter Chloe Early and the L-shaped sofa is bedecked with plush velvet cushions.

Whether you’re moving into a new home or sprucing up your current abode, here’s how to get the look of Vogue’s harbour-view apartment:

Heliosphere, 2018, by Chloe Early

£600 from Stowe Gallery

Chloe Early painting

Dawood Chair

€32.90 from myfaktory.com

Dawood chair

Metal arc lamp

€186 from lights.ie

SONGE mirror

€99 from Ikea

Pasha 3-seater sofa

From €799 at Harvey Norman

Pink velvet cushion

€28.29 from Etsy

Jo Malone London scented candle

€52 from Brown Thomas

Jo Malone candle

Coffee Table Cesta Gold

€949 from kian.ie

Feature photo: Vogue Williams via Instagram


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