Laura Ivill, City A.M.

Laura Ivill

City A.M.

United Kingdom

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Past articles by Laura:

Office space: Inside the swanky new Conran and Partners offices

The return to the office and the advent of hybrid working has been a hot topic for almost two years and it shows little sign of dying down. If you are → Read More

Property of the week: Country charm meets city pad

If decamping to a country house sounds like the dream move for you and your family, but you don’t actually want to sever ties with the capital, then this → Read More

Lansdowne House is an £8m Holland Park gem

Get more for your millions in Lansdowne House, an architect-designed family home in Holland Park that might cost double down the road → Read More

Let there be light: Where to buy neon art for your home

Neon sign-maker Yellowpop has brought back iconic works from the great street artist Keith Haring – and they will look awesome in your home → Read More

Property of the Week: An ultra-modern property in Brixton Hill

The most sought-after design feature you can add to the back of your house is an entire wall of foor-to-ceiling glazed doors that → Read More

Brighten your home with Adam Nathaniel Furman's colourful designs

While Frieze may have hit your radar as the biggie collectors’ fair this month, there was a gallery-within-a-fair in west London that → Read More

A new exhibition examines life on the streets

What really happened to the homeless during the pandemic? We see people living on the streets as part of our daily lives, but → Read More

A new app lets you invest in property from your phone

We have become used to doing our banking and investing from our phones, so now a new financial-meets-lifestyle app is launching → Read More

This is what it's like to party on the new Virgin cruise ship Scarlet Lady

The Scarlet Lady is classic Virgin: kitsch, sexy without being gratuitous, with the air of luxury but still a mass market proposition → Read More

Learn how to DIY your decor with these five London interior design courses

We've picked out the best interior design courses in London to help you help you kick-start your next home decorating project → Read More

Interiors: From lock ups to lock ins, we find out how London's prisons, courtrooms and police station are turning into bars and hotels

Thankfully London regeneration isn’t all about new-build skyscrapers. → Read More

Interiors: Now the clock has sprung forward, treat yourself to a smart tech shower that'll make you want to get out of bed

Have you showered today? We might not talk about our hygiene habits, but the daily shower is a mark of modern respectability. → Read More

Interiors: Now the clocks have sprung forward, here are the best tech-enhanced showers to get you up and at 'em in the morning

Have you showered today? We might not talk about our hygiene habits, but the daily shower is a mark of modern respectability. → Read More

Interiors: We delve into the world of knitted furniture, a crafty homeware solution with women at its core

If you know your Mayfair art galleries, then Hauser & Wirth and Messum’s will be familiar territory. → Read More

Interiors: Allow us to introduce you to 'lagom', the latest Swedish interior design trend you've never heard of

The more-is-more, maximalist approach to home interiors is everywhere at the moment, but it’s not for everyone. → Read More

Interiors: Laura Ivill reviews the new sustainable Ikea Greenwich on its opening weekend

Four years in the planning, Ikea Greenwich opened last weekend as the company’s first “sustainable store” in the UK. A pilot ran in Germany, but → Read More

What is feng shui and what is its practical use in interior design?

The year of the pig has arrived in the City of London. → Read More

Interiors: Wellness is set to continue being a big theme in 2019, but here are some simple ways to make your home healthier

One of the emerging trends of last year, the “reading nook”, was all about creating a cosy space to retreat to (one that also works for creative writing, → Read More

Interiors: Don't put up your tree this weekend without first checking out the best designer efforts in London's luxury hotels

As December gets under way, London has lit up and is ready to party with yuletide cocktails aplenty. → Read More

Interiors: We learn about Ikea’s new retail strategy behind the scenes of its first store on the UK high street

What, no meatballs? The opening of Ikea’s first foray into the UK high street, which has just opened on Tottenham Court Road, is a new concept for the → Read More