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Dec142016

An earthy colonial by Maurizio Pellizzoni

This home (dubbed the Antigua House) in Chelsea, London is all about neutrals, graphic art (a favourite it seems) and stripes - a winning combination. Antigua House is so-called because Maurizio Pellizzoni was asked to create interiors which echo its owner’s second home in the Caribbean. Evoking colonial charm, Maurizio opted for polished wood floors, natural linens, coir matting and a cream, taupe and chocolate colour palette.

Reader Comments (4)

Absolutely Stunning!

14 Dec 2016 | Unregistered CommenterAlice

Beautiful house, so much interesting pieces

14 Dec 2016 | Unregistered Commenterxavier

Honey! Have you seen my car keys?

They're in the sitting room!

Which one?

The one with the raw linen sofa!

They both have a raw linen sofa!

And the jute rug!

They both have a raw linen sofa and a jute rug!

And the fireplace flanked by bookcases with glass shelves and white-shaded table lamps!

They both have a raw linen sofa and a jute rug and a fireplace flanked by bookcases with glass shelves and white-shaded table lamps!

Sigh... and the mirror over the fireplace!

Okay, found them! Also, we need to redecorate!

15 Dec 2016 | Unregistered CommenterBlanders

I'm a big fan of Buddha heads, but....that one sticking up from behind the sofa...it creeps me out!

16 Dec 2016 | Unregistered CommenterPeggy

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