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

designchic said...

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

Annemarie said...

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

C. Anne 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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