The Museum of the Home is auctioning off masterclasses with some of the biggest names in interiors

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Dining table and chairs in Behind The Door online auction
(Image credit: Yorkhouse Dining by Retrouvius, Courtesy of Retrouvius)

The Museum of the Home has just announced the most fashionable auction of the year, raising funds for their new campaign - Behind the Door. 

The online auction showcases the best of the interior, art, and fashion worlds - so you can improve your home decor for a good cause. 100% of the funds from these stylish sales will contribute to the charity that was launched alongside the London Homeless Collective.

Lots at the auction include a wallpaper panel painting masterclass at luxury wallpaper, Studio de Gournay, and an interiors consultation with Maria Speake, the woman behind Retrouvius interior design. 

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You can also pick up a personal studio tour with esteemed sculptural artist Amy Revier and a selection of ceramic pieces from Faye Toogood's new Dough range, including a vase, centerpiece, and a pitcher for your home.

Fashion store consultation in Behind The Door online auction

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(Image credit: Image by Cat Garcia)

Further lots include the chance to design and create an exclusive Host Home hand-blown glass candlestick, and a workshop with perfumer, Maya Njie, who is renowned for artisanal scents that are inspired by her Swedish and West African roots. We want a bottle on our vanity table right now.

You can browse the complete list of donors and prizes and bid for items via the Museum of the Home website

Sonia Solicari, Director of the Museum of the Home, hopes that bidders will 'rethink the meaning of home' whilst enjoying these exclusive experiences.

Alison Lousada, ceramic pieces in Behind The Door online auction

(Image credit: Alison Lousada, ceramic piece, Courtesy of Alison Lousada)

She explained: 'The Behind the Door campaign is synonymous with the Museum of the home's revised vision, to reveal and rethink the meaning of home in order to live better together. We are hugely thankful for the support of the creative, fashion, and design community who have been kind enough to contribute a selection of impressive prizes for this cause and who are devoting their time and energy towards this campaign.' 

'The Museum is deeply committed to make a difference in people's lives and raise funds and awareness for this vital cause over the next two years,' Sonia added. 

Paddles at the ready, this is one auction you won't want to miss.