Georgia Larsen's home edit

We popped by the home of designer and founder of the iconic colourful lingerie brand Dora Larsen, Georgia. She has always had an impeccable eye for colour combinations and a flare for design from a young age. Playing dress-up as a toddler started her passion for fashion and styling, which led to her popular blog and then a job as a buyer in Topshop. In 2015 Georgia founded the brand Dora Larsen, which quickly became a staple lingerie brand in the UK and worldwide, known for its bold colour combinations and comfortable fit. Her passion for design is also evident in her homeware choices, favouring unique colours, comfort, and handcrafted designs. 

What are your top 5 things that you couldn't live without in your home?

Our big cosy sofa, (Georgia has the Luca sofa in ruby red velvet) Eames rocking chair - this served us well when Cleo was a baby! We have numerous book shelves in every room (we have way too many books!), incense burners and a coffee machine. We also love our new TON chairs we added recently to the dining table.

Is there a piece in your home that has traveled with you from each place you have lived in? What is it, why do you love it?

Probably some of the art from my dad, I’ve always had it displayed in every home, a bit like a mini Larsen art gallery.

Anything new you are looking to add to your home currently?
A wardrobe - we’ve been relying on an old IKEA rail for far too long!

Where do you find inspiration for your home style?

We’re renting a bit of an old granny house at the moment (we’re in-between-houses), so I have to be honest, I’m not really on a mission at the moment in making my place really ‘me’ as it’s just not possible with the current 1970s textured wallpaper situation we find ourselves in…! But, once we move, I’ll be all over interiors again. Inspiration wise, it sounds cliche, but Pinterest has to be the best place to find really unique spaces.

Shop Georgia's edit here


1. A Swedish term which means "to add decorative details to your home".
2. Pronounced in English as At Pinta.