London interior designer Rose Uniake’s elegant Neo-Georgian home was built in 1861 by the architect George Morgan.
Describing the house when it was first stripped for renovation as looking somewhat like a Venetian Palazzo, Rose decided on her theme, “Monastery meets Venetian Palazzo.”
Despite the grand proportions of the home, Rose says “Curiously, the house doesn’t feel very big when you live in it. There’s scale, but it’s manageable.” xannabelle
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