Peek Inside a Historic Notting Hill Home Outfitted in Subtle, Serene Decor

The moment upon a time, there was a house that experienced found superior times. Back in the center of the 19th century, it had been made as a personal home in Notting Hill, a single of London’s prettiest neighborhoods. By the 1920s, it experienced appear down in the planet, reconstituted into a “ladies’ residential club” (study: boarding property for gals), and then, following the 2nd Globe War, it had turn out to be a lodge. The resort was finally divided into residences, 1 occupied by a young magician promotion for a wonderful assistant. Currently, a unique sort of sorcery—aesthetic, architectural, familial—has introduced it to domestic everyday living yet again, a lifestyle ringing with lessons taken on an upright piano in the dining room, board game titles in the living room, and 4 lively youngsters dashing in and out of the backyard garden.

In the drawing space, two Pierre Augustin Rose sofas in a Pierre Frey mohair and two vintage Otto Schulz chairs in a Loro Piana fabric encircle a honed-stone cocktail desk from Stahl + Band. 1950s Italian tripod ground lamp flooring-to-ceiling lamp by Dimorestudio circa 1880 Indian rug.

© Ed Ruscha. Courtesy of the artist and Gagosian. Ernesto Burgos. Otis Jones/ Nino Mier Gallery. © 2023 Estate of Louise Nevelson / Artists Rights Modern society (ARS), New York.

Pierre Augustin Rose Couch

Dimore Studio Abatjour Ground Lamp

Sian Zeng Clematis Mural Wallpaper

Matthias Vriens 22-Karat-Gold-Glazed Shroom Lamp for Atelier MVM

Sixpenny Zenia Console Desk

Mario Bellini Camaleonda Sofa for B&B Italia

“Until this project, I never ever imagined I’d be so invested in bunk beds,” says Los Angeles–based interior decorator Olivia Williams. The moms and dads of the youngsters are Chantal Spanicciati, a previous designer herself who now functions as a therapist endorsing mental very well-remaining, and her husband, Mario Spanicciati, a program entrepreneur. They had fulfilled Williams back in California, but the designer’s schedule could not accommodate them as purchasers. Nonetheless, neither Williams nor the Spanicciatis forgot the fast camaraderie. 

“I liked her simplicity and aesthetic,” states Chantal, when Williams remembers the couple’s “calm and mild demeanor,” including that “in this organization, what is critical is to do the job with men and women you like.” A household in Montana for the developing family arrived into Williams’s palms, and then, when the Spanicciatis prepared to relocate to London, they realized precisely whom to get in touch with. Even if it meant getting to perform several jobs at prolonged distance, mainly because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The couple experienced only frequented the house at the time or 2 times right before the lockdowns began, and did not set foot inside of right up until every thing was complete.