I’ve been holding onto these tear sheets of this chic London home for quite some time, so I thought I would finally share them with you all. The owner is a very stylish Valentino executive who also has houses in Paris and Rome. He has a seriously enviable art collection, and had the assistance of Jacques Grange decorating the place, which helps!
The above two images are of the drawing room. I love this colour combination, it’s so sultry and also looks very comfortable. The fireplace surround is Indian mica, with a c. 1700 venetian mirror above. The two paintings above the aubergine velvet sofa are by Francic Bacon. I love the side tables, you can find similar ones from EJ Victor.
Love, love, love this bathroom!! I think its because it is slightly industrial looking to me, with the large windows and stainless steel framed cabinetry – I must be onto something here, it reminds me of a Glenn Gissler kitchen from a previous post. I really love how light it is. So chic!
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i cant even beliece this home. gorgeous beyond words. to sleep underneath a phillip taffe!!!
Modern art combined with classic architecture and a mix of interior styles is so sophisticated and worldly.
Jacques Grange is one of my favorites and this home is one good reason why.
Quite in contrast to the Paris apt. that I featured on one of my earlier posts, this feels very masculine – but both are so wonderful.
Thanks for sharing!
I absolutely agree Nunu Pepe!
Kate, the bathroom is stunning isn’t it..wish I had a window that big in mine!
His collection is pretty impressive isn’t it Diana…I’m so jealous!
I love all the art in these images, as I mentioned on many blogs, art is the magic of a room!!! Thanks for the post 🙂
What a place, I just love that bathroom esp., with the giant window!
Wow- what a beautiful, serene, and elegant space! This is very you!
The gorgeous painting above the bed is slaying me.