As the editor of @kbbmagazine, I am involved in all things you see from the magazine, on These Three Rooms, what happens on social media and hosting the How To Buy A Kitchen Or Bathroom podcast – from planning with the team to creating the content you see and hear. Chatting to people working on their renovations, helping them with tips and tricks, and reading all about their journeys is the best part of my job.
These Three Rooms editor
I’m an interior design addict with a penchant for glass staircases, oak worktops and pretty much anything rose gold. I love modern designs with clean lines and innovative, futuristic elements, and my ultimate interiors fantasy is to own a glass house with a spiral staircase. As editor of These Three Rooms, you’ll find me writing, editing and commissioning features, dreaming up new content ideas and working out exactly what you like so we can create more of it.
I’m definitely one of the luckiest members of the team as I get to go out and about to people’s incredible houses as These Three Room’s dedicated Home Insider, and get to have a good snoop at how they’ve created their own unique interiors. Not only that, I get to go to some fantastic events, write advice pieces and write my blog on current trends.
I love all things design – the quirkier the better, really, whether it be a bathtub that looks like it’s made out of bubbles to a seashell-shaped bed that can be closed (yes, really). Not to mention my love for vintage design and brutalism; if I could, I’d move into a flat on London’s Barbican tomorrow. And of course, I plan to make this a key feature in my work on These Three Rooms, so do keep your eyes peeled for a few out-there ideas.
As the editorial assistant, it is my mission to help the team with all things These Three Rooms and @kbbmagazine, plus I love looking after our active social channels, too. You’ll often find me writing features about the latest trends, shopping buys and chatting to people working on their homes – always with the ever-present cup of coffee on my desk. My love for journalism and interior design keeps on flourishing and I feel lucky to be part of a wonderful team.
Plus, meet the These Three Rooms bloggers…
Janis & Dave King
After living in their house for 36 years, Janis and Dave King decided to move and renovate Janis’s childhood home – a 1950s bungalow. Here, we follow them as they begin their journey.
An interiors stylist, journalist, and blogger who writes about and styles homes for some of the UK’s leading magazines and newspapers, Laurie is passionate about all things interiors. She co-hosts Secret Styling Club and runs regular interior styling events and workshops, as well as working on her own home makeovers.
Hayley Robson formerly worked with brands including CP Hart, Magnet and Poggenpohl, but left to follow her dream of founding a studio that designs exciting and inspiring kitchens and bathrooms. As creative director, she is responsible for designing the Day True showrooms, as well as working on home renovation projects across the country.
Ciara is an interiors journalist, editor and stylist who writes for a host of newspapers and magazines in the UK and Ireland. She is currently revamping her crumbling 1800s country house and chronicling the ups and downs on Instagram and on her blog The Red House Edits. She shares her insider tips and first-hand experience with us.
Elspeth Pridham is a journalist with over 25 years’ experience writing about interiors. On her blog The Insider she shares the latest news, insights and projects with the interior design community. She also shares her interior design know how in her series of These Three Rooms blogs. Follow Elspeth at @the_insider_uk.
As former art editor on @kbbmagazine, Hannah got plenty of inspiration for her very own home renovation through her day job. She and her family remodelled their countryside Grade II-listed Victorian cottage after moving from their London flat in search of more space and greenery. Follow Hannah’s blogs on modernising the property to make it perfect for all.