NOWNESS recently paid a visit to the London home of interior designer Rose Uniacke. The Georgian Revival home, built in 1861 and measuring 14,000 sq.ft., is a beautiful example of how less is always so much more. “Across the home’s many rooms, the designer’s taste for soft luxury and almost academic approach to design history, from antiques to modernist marvels, is pleasingly evident,” writes NOWNESS. “Here, much like at her beloved Pimlico Road shop, the contemporary sits in conversation with a rather British sense of sumptuousness, the results unfathomably grand yet somehow unpretentious, lived in, and entirely enviable.” To see more of Rose’s stunning work be sure to visit


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