The Independent describes British designer Kathy Dalwood's interiors as a "fifties mix of Rococo detailing with modernist lines, finished off with a very modern London vibe." She has filled her own house with a "particular blend of Brit art, pop art, and French petit point, of all things." We like her fearless way with color and the way her interiors look completely original and undesigned (she furnished her own house with odds and ends gleaned from French flea markets—vide greniers, or "empty your attics" sales). Dalwood is not just an interiors genius; she is a sculptor who specializes in garden statuary and planters and she's done a line of angular Setsquare Decorative Wall Panels for Habitat. View more of her work at Kathy Dalwood.