A Regency London Townhouse House Tour
A Regency London Townhouse House Tour.
A George II giltwood mirror hangs over the Brèche marble mantel in the drawing room. The custom sofa is in a Veere Grenney floral and the custom ottoman a Guy Goodfellow fabric. The 19th-century side tables are from Colefax and Fowler.
The drawing room’s custom banquette in a George Spencer fabric has cord-work passementerie. The chair at left is in a Claremont fabric, and the rug is by Veere Grenney for Afridi Gallery.
The entrance hall has a Chippendale-style banister and a Queen Anne–style pier mirror.
Antique limestone tile from Artorius Faber melds with the kitchen’s white palette. The vintage Ernst Kühn stool is in a Veere Grenney fabric, and the pendants are by Jamb.
A pair of Regency chairs sport pleated skirts in a Veere Grenney print. The 1960s Stilnovo pendant is by Gaetano Sciolari, and the artworks are by Daniel Jacomet.
The tented striped fabric is by Le Gracieux, the chair from Hawker Antiques is in a Carolina Irving textile, and the pendant is by Charles Edwards.
The curtains, upholstered headboard, and sconce are in a Pierre Frey fabric.
Arabescato marble envelops the primary bathroom. The glass shower front framed in nickel is custom.
The master bedroom. The custom headboard, canopy, and curtains are in a Michael S. Smith fabric. The sconces with custom shades are by Besselink & Jones.
In the garden designed by Alexander Hoyle, the outdoor furniture is by Munder Skiles.