Bringing the country to the city

Posted on Mon, 6 Jul 2020 by KiM

I would have never in a million years guessed this was a townhouse in Notting Hill, London. But it makes total sense once learning this home was designed by the gurus of the reclaimed, the salvaged, the well-worn. Retrouvius, you’ve created magic converting this city home into a piece of history. Lime-washed walls, a marble sink from Turkey, silk fabric from Fez, pine planks from a cheese factory, a 15th century fireplace, onyx from a bankrupt chimney shop and many other treasures make this home truly unique.

Photos: Retrouvius and Kim Lightbody for Architectural Digest France

Misty Pesto says:

So poetic!

Moyra says:

Wonderful! You won’t find any plastic there. Beautiful.

Beth says:

Those sofas are my idea of cozy!

Melanie D Millar says:

oh yeah.
thank you.

Lorraine says:

The one thing I liked was the kitchen backsplash.

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