Today we selected some of the best projects of home decor styles from one of the greatest interior designers in United Kingdom: Rose Uniacke.
Rose Uniacke originally trained as a furniture restorer, but through her passion for fine furniture she has developed a reputation as a leading London antiques dealer with a growing interior design portfolio. In 2009 she moved her studio and showroom to a flagship property in the SW1 design district of Pimlico Road. Always sensitive to the existing architecture of a space, her restrained, often grand, but always well-cultivated and refined aesthetic has just been celebrated by the 2013.
This exceptionally large nineteenth century London house was originally a professional artist’s combined studio, gallery and private residence. In subsequent years, it was gradually converted into a smaller house and four apartments.
Rose undertook a complete renovation of the property and turned it back into a family house: a single dwelling with an internal courtyard, cinema, wine cellar, spa and pool.
This grand private house combines comfort and friendliness with grandeur and elegance.
Rose was commissioned to design an interior that puts gentle contemporary twists on a classic style.
Every aspect of the layout and design has been carefully considered from the grand first floor drawing room, positioned to overlook the neighbouring Palace, that creates an unparalleled formal entertaining space, to the vast floor to ceiling windows, allowing light to flood into both living spaces and bedrooms.
This apartment beautifully combines design classics and industrial detailing. It is practical, understated and enduringly stylish.
This open plan apartment in London’s Chelsea has an urban, industrial and contemporary feel.
It features exposed brickwork and ceiling joists, reclaimed cast iron radiators and wooden floors, in addition to well chosen pieces of twentieth century furniture. There is also a hidden projector that allows the living area to double as a screening room.
Open fires, open shelving, opulent materials and natural textures combine to create a restful, gracious, quietly English home.
Fine antiques and opulent, yet understated, materials lend the apartment depth and graciousness. Meanwhile, a refined palette, subtle lighting, open shelving and a mix of natural textures such as wood, plaster and the finest linens together create a harmonious interior that is warm, welcoming and restful.
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Rose is well known for her ability to create calm, balanced, refined interiors.
They are elegant and understated yet friendly and inviting.