Yesterday I shared a sneak peek of designer Veere Grenney’s new book Veere Grenney: A Point of View, so when I saw this beautiful London townhouse featured in the October 2018 issue of Architectural Digest, I just had to share. Located in central London, the home belongs to Nina Flohr who until 2016 served as the creative director of VistaJet, a private plane company founded by her father in 2004.
“I’ve always admired the way the English dress their houses, the great estates with their Colefax & Fowler furnishings and eccentric flourishes,” said Flohr who was born in Switzerland. “I wanted to take that inspiration and create a beautiful space that reflects my personal style and taste, an easy place to entertain, and a cozy nest to return to after my travels.” Grenney, who worked at Colefax & Fowler before opening his own firm, was the perfect designer to help Flohr realize her vision.
I particularly love the TV room enveloped in Bennison linen… It was inspired by Cecil Beaton’s iconic 1966 portrait of Lee Radziwill with her daughter in their Renzo Mongiardino-designed house in London. Let’s take a quick look inside!