Paying Homage to Habitat

Characterised by modern design, smooth lines and colour, Habitat may have reached the end of the road, but we’re keen to celebrate its contribution to British dwellings with a look at some fantastic property interiors.

Opened in 1964 by Sir Terence Conran, Habitat became a brand icon of the high street. In its heyday it revolutionised the way Brits decorated their homes and provided a welcome alternative to the dark heavy furniture favoured in the post-war years.

Although we can’t promise that every property included below is decked out with Habitat’s finest furnishings, we’re confident that these fine examples of contemporary decoration owe part of their success to the interior revolution supported by Habitat and its founder.

Rent this 5 bed house in Weybridge and enjoy relaxing in a spacious contemporary interior. Internally remodelled by its current owners, it has an understated airy style with a splash of colour.

Fancy an ultra modern abode that screams style? This stunning home covers three floors and has been finished to the most exacting of standards.  From floor to ceiling windows and secluded terraces, to a double reception room with high angled ceiling, this rental property in Notting Hill is the ultimate example of modern design.

If interior design isn’t your thing, why not let the experts do the work for you? With a yellow accent colour running throughout, this former show-home in Sterling is available for sale fully furnished.

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