Homes & Gardens|March 2020
The houses in the streets either side of Ladbroke Grove are some of London’s finest and most elegant examples of the mid-19th century architecture, and it was for one such house that interior designer Flora Soames was able to flex her creative muscles. Commissioned by an Australian husband and American wife, Flora’s brief was to combine both their tastes and influences, while also curating furniture and artwork. Structural and floor-plan changes had already been made to the property in the preceding months, so when Flora became involved her requirement was purely to decorate the house throughout.
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