A former partner at Foster + Partners architects, Chloe Macintosh co-founded homeware brand MADE.com in 2010. Now the company's creative director, Chloe was on this year's judging panel for the Let's Colour Awards, using her expertise in homes and interiors to help us whittle down the finalists. With style credentials like these, it's no surprise the home she shares in Fulham with her husband and two sons radiates style and clever design. Let's take a look around…

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Grand Plans

Using her experience at architecture firm Foster + Partners, Chloe redesigned the whole house – it was previously two Victorian terraces, which they knocked together to create one family home. The open-plan kitchen and living space is the hub of the house, and creating a space that could lend itself to entertaining was key to Chloe's design. A wall of glass doors opening out onto the garden space makes for a perfect party pad – she even incorporated coloured disco lights hidden at the top of the walls to get an authentic nightclub glow.

Get the look

The large sofa is a version of MADE.com's Mortimer design. Chloe's main living space keeps to a neutral palette, using exposed brickwork as a backdrop for natural-hued furnishings and a smattering of colour from artwork and accessories. Try using stone-like shades such as Sandstone, Roman Stone 4 and Chalky Downs 2 on walls to recreate a similar tonal base.

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A Study in Black

At the other end of the central open-plan space is the office. Chloe's used a dark and daring colour to zone the area, giving the study its own identity and mood without compromising the open-plan feel. We love her rule-breaking combo of a mysterious midnight blue and gloss back woodwork - a great choice for showing off Made's Fonteyn desk in walnut and red.

Get the look

Carve out your own study space by using a contrasting colour to the rest of the room. Try using Sapphire Salute on walls teamed with Rich Black Paint Mixing Gloss on woodwork to recreate this look.

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Victorian Drama

Chloe's bathroom follows a crisp and elegant monochrome scheme, but has bags of personality thanks to lots of personal touches and a metallic twist. She's made the most of the bathroom's Victorian architectural features such as the floorboards, fireplace and sash window by choosing period fixtures and fittings – free-standing baths always get our vote.

Get the look

Try Pure Brilliant White for the walls and use black to highlight your favourite features. Chloe's painted her window frame in black for drama – give it a go with Quick Dry Satinwood in Black.

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Go to MADE Unboxed where you can check out how MADE's customers have styled their products in their own domain.

Photography by Josh Kearns.

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