After decades of bland minimalism, people are decorating their homes to the max. Is it a response to our troubled times – or individual expressionism?
Outside, Tania James’s home looks fairly average, a flat in a Victorian conversion on a north London street lined with trees and speed bumps. Inside, it’s a riot of colour.
Neon pink, yellow and orange zap across the walls, while dozens of 60s and 70s tea trays line the stairs, each a different pattern. In the living room are green and pink sofas...
He seems to be eating his way through the borough.
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