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I bought a blank canvas for a fresh start

In need of a new beginning, Nova Williams moved into an empty apartment and set about transforming it into a festival of colour

‘The Abingdon sofa from Made.com is my best investment, purely because of its versatility,’ Nova enthuses. ‘The misty grey shade works well with all the colours, it’s very hard-wearing and the chaise is interchangeable so can be on the left or right’

Good idea

Like Nova, choose a sofa with a moveable chaise for versatility

Living room

‘Because I’m so into colour, it was always important for my living space to be popping with lots of it. I like pairing warm and sugary sorbet shades like pinks and yellows, which I balance out with turquoise and lime greens. On top of this, I’ve brought in the natural greens of the plants, which work very harmoniously with it all and make the room really come alive.’

‘Decorating my home has made me realise that I’m more emotionally affected by colour than I ever thought before’

Welcome to my home

A bit about me I’m Nova Williams and I live in quiet and leafy Wanstead, London.

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About Homestyle

The sun is shining, the weather is sweet, makes you want to... Decorate every room in the house! (Whilst moving our dancing feet, obviously.) Summer gives us all a fresh burst of energy, so we’ve packed this entire issue with ways to bring in the brightness, whether that’s emulating Nova William’s colour-pop interiors on page 14 (check out the Nova-inspired neon accessories on page 22, too) or de-cluttering from top to bottom, just like Claire Stewart (p.50). And for a 1950s burst of kaleidoscopic cool, flip to page 100 for a beach hut makeover like no other. Got the holiday blues? Hang on to that sunshine feeling with our round-up of the biggest Global trends from three vibrant countries: Brazil, France and Morocco. It also doubles-up as fab Olympic party prep – you’ll find loads of savvy buys for getting the Rio 2016 look. Besides the bold and beautiful interior eye candy, we’ve been digging into what makes our homes healthier places to live. From chemical-free plastics and low-VOC paints and dust-free flooring, HomeStyle’s Abbi has found the best ways to live naturally. And if you’ve spent all your pocket money on ice creams and piña coladas, don’t worry – there are six budget-friendly upcycling projects on page 76 to get stuck into, plus incredible prizes to win on pages 59, 122 and 123. We’ve got our fingers crossed for you.