Opting for a tall, narrow, five-storey Victorian townhouse – in stark contrast to their old Manhattan loft apartment – Tina and Ian enlisted the help of Tom Rutt of TR Studio to refocus the property for a young family. ‘A huge driver for the renovation was to recreate a sense of the Shelter Island house in London,’ says Tom. ‘Inspired by a connection with nature, it had to feel warm with materials influenced by driftwood and fossils. Often, Chelsea houses can seem traditional or overly slick and we wanted to avoid both those things.’
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