Small but perfectly formed

Posted on Wed, 1 Feb 2023 by midcenturyjo

“This pied-à-terre in a 1920s building in Marylebone was replete with period details. The two-bedroom apartment is the London residence of a Los Angles based couple who wanted an elegant canvas to display their growing contemporary art collection. The residence had incredible features to work with which provided the scheme with a sense of timelessness and character, such as original mouldings and parquet flooring. We felt it was important to blur the line between being able to tell if something was original or new which allowed us to push boundaries and flex our artistic ideas.”

Elegant and chic with clean lines and a mix of bespoke, contemporary and vintage pieces. Subtle yet sexy. Marylebone Pied-à-Terre by Maddux Creative.

Photography by Michael Sinclair

Heather says:

This is gorgeous but not very small. 🙂 I’m always fascinated by what some people consider a “pied-a-terre”.

midcenturyjo says:

Yes agreed. Most of us would be happy to call this our actual home and be happy with the size.

jenny m says:

this is a pied-à-terre…?

midcenturyjo says:

Yes they’re using the definition that it is much smaller than the owners’ actual home whereas it’s much bigger than most people’s homes 😉

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