Thursday, November 4, 2010


London interior designer Veere Grenney, a former director at Colefax and Fowler, decided to bring a 1879 home back to life.  Mission accomplished.  With help from paint guru David Oliver and a brilliant plan, this masterpiece in '30s style was born. ENJOY!

Be sure to pick up the Nov/Dec issue of Veranda. 

See you soon,

If you missed my previous post on Carolyne Roehm visit here.

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the chirpy bird said...

Ohhh pretty! I'm such a sucker for a clean palate like that! I just tend to feel so much more relaxed when my surroundings are in neutral tones. This is gorg!
xox tash

mydesignchic said...

I just poured over these photos in my new issue. The bones of this house are amazing not to mention the gorgeous decor...

Brunch at Saks said...

Extremely beautiful. I am in love with that sitting room in the third photo xoxo

C said...

Will definitely search for this issue. The last time his home was featured, that copy of Vogue living has become a much treasured one. Its such a polished yet comfortable interior, can't get enough!

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Oh beautiful Teresa
So well done.. and subtle without being boring... I love the sofa with the box pleats.. and both armchairs.. modern and retro!!

Thanks for you kind comments over my way,.. keeps me enthused!! hehe.. ciao xxx Have a fab day... Julie

Anonymous said...

Loving the dining room! Have a great weekend, Teresa! xo

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