Alas, we have come to the fourth and final installment of our exclusive tour of the insanely talented interior designer Abigail Ahern. Bed, bath and beyond! And in case you’re just tuning in by the way, here are parts one, two and three.

It’s been a week since I was in London and I had a wonderful time. If you want to follow Abigail Ahern’s design class, you can sign up here There is even an online version! I cannot recommend it highly enough.

Tomorrow, I’ll be posting the pictures I took during my pilgrimage to the store of my other favorite designer, Mr. Jonathan Adler!

PS: Did you know that Interiorator also has a Facebook page?

All pictures by Patrick Kooiman / Interiorator.

Abigail Ahern’s home – part 4

Abigail Ahern home

A nice little nook in the bedroom. The Moroccan rugs were delivered just in time for next week’s visit by *very* high profile celebrity.

Abigail Ahern's home - part 4

A simple IKEA console decorated with tons of interesting stuff – you don’t have to spend a fortune to make your bedroom look good. And over time you can save a lot of money by using artificial flowers.

Mud chandelier

A close up ofthe console, together with an oversized Mud Chandelier.

Abigail Ahern bedroom

Lots of texture with a reigned in color palette. Take away attention from that big ole’ bed in the middle of your bedroom by avoiding white bed linen and by breaking up all that surface with a bed spread and some nice cushions.

Abigail Ahern bathroom

Ah yes, the bathroom. I felt like taking of my clothes for a long hot bath – but that would not have been very appropriate, I guess. 

Abigail Ahern

This fake Venus Fireplace is for sale at Abigail Ahern’s shop. It must be so nice to have a home filled with all the stuff you sell in your own store!

Abigail Ahern bathroom

Bathrooms tend to be cold and harsh, so add some texture if you have the space.