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Meet Negi: Superwoman surgeon & interiors enthusiast

Surgeon, interiors enthusiast, DIYer, upcycler, craft maker and cat mother, is there anything Negi can’t do?

Following a move from Sweden to Britain, Negi has transformed a 120 year old Victorian house with her love for Scandi styling and eclectic interiors.

The moment we spotted our radiators tagged over at @negi.at.home we were obsessed.

We couldn’t wait to share this beautiful before and after renovation journey with all of you. So, here goes. Enjoy!

Negi in the garden
vintage sofa in a white living room

About Negi

Name: Negi

Age: 32

Job: Surgeon and interiors enthusiast

Instagram: @negi.at.home

vintage sofa in a white living room
Milano Windsor column radiator next to a bar cart

How would you describe your interior style?

“I would describe my interiors style as eclectic, old mixed with new, minimal maximalist and always evolving!”

Why did you choose the column design?

“I chose my radiators based on the overall look I was going for in my house – modern sleek but with a nod to Victorian style.”

Milano Trent heated towel rail next to a vanity unit
vertical Milano Windsor radiator in a white kitchen

Why did you choose BestHeating?

“I wanted stylish but practical radiators that look good and are good quality for a reasonable price. I was so pleased when I found the Windsor and Elizabeth radiators from BestHeating.”

What are the benefits of triple column?

“By choosing the triple column radiators I was able to save on space, and in the kitchen I chose a tall anthracite radiator to save space and to match the colour of the doors.”

cat in a black freestanding bath
log fireplace in a modern living room

How do you create your look?

“I love upcycling and repurposing. Look around you, how can you improve what you already have and give it a personal touch? Get creative! A little paint can go a long way.”

Any other interior tips?

“Create zones in your home, really think about how you will use each area and tailor your interior design around this. Finally and most importantly be true to yourself – you can get inspiration from others but ultimately you have to love the space you are in! Don’t follow trends unless it is something you love.”

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