The Loft 47 Tanner Street
Bermondsey SE1 3PL
The DreamHouzz has now closed for this year. Many thanks to the thousands of visitors that came to see the pop-up!
Houzz, the world’s leading platform for home renovation and design, took over a warehouse in London’s Bermondsey and transformed it into a fantastic pop-up experience where everything was shoppable.
Set across two floors in an old tannery, the DreamHouzz showcased eight inspiring interiors, each based on homeowners’ and renters’ needs and desires. The rooms included furniture and accessories for all styles and budgets to help people make their dream house a reality. With the sensory experience enhanced by scent, music and food, visitors were encouraged to immerse themselves in the lifestyle sets, explore the historical warehouse and buy their favourite design pieces.
The DreamHouzz was completely free to visit.
The Dog Lovers’ Creative Quarters
Jordan Cluroe and Russell Whitehead, the creative duo behind 2LG Studio, have designed a bedroom for a professional couple and their mini dachshund, who sleeps on their bed. Expect a modernist design, with vibrant colour to match the owners’ energy.
The Chic Sisters’ Playful Hideaway
Cheltenham-based influencer and all-round design star Dee Campling knows what makes modern homes tick. At the DreamHouzz, she’s curated a room for two sisters, aged 6 and 8. The super-cute space proves kids’ rooms can be chic.
The Millennial Flatshare
Simone Gordon and Sophie Van Winden of Owl Design have combined their design know-how to create a beautiful space for two thirtysomething female flatmates. The living room is decorated in a palette of burnt oranges, dusky pinks and burgundy, paired with layered textures, such as rattan and velvet, to add depth.
The Modern Family Pad
The Renter’s Sanctuary
Sacha Berger of Honey Bee Interiors has designed her room set for a single woman in her 40s who loves nights in watching TV as well as entertaining friends. The living room has a soft, feminine touch with a muted palette of taupe, stone, beige, brass and a touch of blush pink.
The Family Hangout
Clare Gaskin and Brian Woulfe, of Designed by Woulfe, have joined forces to design a space for a couple in their 50s with two teenage children. Creating a living space where the family can switch off together was particularly important to the duo, as was incorporating a distinct midcentury vibe.
The City Dweller’s Abode
Shanade McAllister-Fisher’s brief was to put together a design for a single woman in her 30s who often works from home. Shanade says she focused on creating a multi-purpose space where her client can retreat, refocus and reset.
The Perfect Masculine Retreat
Simplicity and practicality, teamed with warmth and charm, are at the heart of Brooke Copp-Barton’s designs. Her bedroom scheme for a single man in his 50s is filled with practical storage solutions and industrial touches. The look is low on maintenance but high on affordable design.
Whole Foods Market resided on the 2nd floor of the DreamHouzz and powered the café with delicious organic coffee and a selection of healthy snacks.
Visitors were encouraged to treat themselves to a cappuccino or a cup of tea and relax, surrounded by inspiring DreamHouzz designs.
The DreamHouzz pop-up is set in a unique and atmospheric warehouse that used to be a Victorian tannery.
Admire the many surviving original features, such as wooden beams and floorboards and exposed brick walls, as well as a rooftop view of London.