There’s always a certain pleasure that can be derived from looking into the private homes of artists and designers, as we actually get to see how they choose to live and how their creativity unfolds minus a client hovering over their heads. Not surprisingly, the private residence of eclectic and multitalented London-based interior designer Danielle Moudaber is a riot of unusual shapes and objects, all set against a dramatic backdrop of soothing blue walls and swirling white decorations. Of Lebanese origin, Moudaber has criss-crossed the world over the years, drawing inspiration from different cultures on the way; as a result, she has developed an idiosyncratic style that brings together contrasting elements to create a sense of surprise and uniqueness.

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