This months vogue features antique dealer and interior design rose uniacke’s london home. it’s a lesson in comfortable restraint.

i’m always inspired by rose’s work and eye. it’s somewhat spiritual. the writer of the vogue article sums up rose’s work pretty well when describing the drawing room…..”the effect is spare, sumptuous, and deeply seductive- an otherwordly enviornment in which contradictions thrive: austere and atmospheric; raw and luxurious; grand and intimate; rigorous and relaxed.”

well, it all sounds pretty perfect, and it is.

photographs by francois halard.

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