You can always count on Architectural Digest for fabulous home tours and the latest glimpse of Nina Flohr’s dreamy London abode by Veere Grenney is a new favorite. Flohr, an entrepreneur and the former creative director of VistaJet, moved into her family’s Regency-era neoclassical townhouse in London and wanted to make it her own. Veere Grenney did not disappoint. My favorite space has to be the TV room with walls covered in a gorgeous Bennison linen and matching Turkish-style sofa (inspired by Lee Radziwill‘s former London home designed by Renzo Mongiardino). Below, explore more of Flohr’s beautiful home. Read the full story here. (Photography by Simon Upton, Styled by Gianluca Longo)
In the townhouse’s entrance an African sculpture perches on an antique console. I love the understated natural fiber stair runner.
The opulent living-room has upholstered walls and curtains in a plush green velvet. The sofa is upholstered in gorgeous Fortuny fabric.
A black Serge Mouille light fixture steals the show in the dining room. I love the lacquered green walls, convex mirror, and classic marble Saarinen table.
The floral curtains and pelmet were created in a lovely Paolo Moschino for Nicholas Haslam linen (how fabulous is that brush fringe?!). Also loving the checkerboard tiled terrace.
A pretty portrait of the owner, Nina Flohr, lounging in her cozy T.V. room. The sofa was custom designed by Veere Grenney and is covered in a Bennison printed linen. I love that the upholstered walls match.
The master bedroom’s custom bed and canopy were created in a bespoke Bennison print. I love the antique bench at the foot of the bed, smartly upholstered in a blue velvet.
Talk about dressing room goals! Can you even imagine stepping into this beauty to get ready for the day? The round table is a vintage Swedish design and I’m crazy about those two vintage inlaid Moroccan chairs. The walls and curtains are in a Sister Parish fabric. The chandelier is the cherry on top.
The dressing room envy continues…
Flohr’s master bath features an inviting free-standing tub is by The Water Monopoly and a Carlton Davidson Antiques chandelier. I’m a big fan of the scalloped trim on the curtains and pelmet, also, the gorgeous green wallcovering.
A cozy guest bedroom has walls upholstered in a Bennison. The vintage striped armchair was found at Robert Kime and the rug hails from Morocco.
The second guest room has my dream bed and canopy designed by Veere Grenney. I love the little lantern hanging inside–it doesn’t get any cozier! Flohr purchased the block print blanket on her travels in India.
I hope you enjoyed this home tour! Stay tuned for more to come!