Designer Jeffrey Bilhuber conjured all the quirks, comfort, and charm of classic English style for a British family living on New York’s Upper East Side.
In the sitting room of Victoria and Toby Maitland Hudson´s Manhattan townhouse, which was designed by Jeffrey Bilhuber, custom upholstery pieces include a sofa covered in a Clarence House velvet with cushions in a Chapas Textiles fabric, a settee, and low chairs in a Toyine Sellers stripe The 1950s sconce by Stilnovo is from Donzella; a Regency-style stool is topped with a Fortuny fabric; the 1920s walnut bergeres are Italian; and the antique carpet is Spanish.
A pair of 19th-century Queen Anne-style chairs and a circa-1820 French mirror in the entry. The table is covered with a Raoul Textiles linen, and the wallpaper is by Peter Fasano, with a central panel featuring a digital image.
A custom-made banquette and wing chair and a 1970s American table in the dinning room. The wallpaper is by de Gournay, and the curtains are of a Muriel Brandolini cotton.
The library´s sectional sofa, upholstered in a Larsen fabric, and the bench, covered in an Osborno & Little velvet, are custom designs, the Gio Ponti armchair is covered in a Toyine Sellers fabric. The 19th-century papier-mache-and-abalone-shell chir is in a Fortuny cotton; the wall paneling and shutters are sycamore, and the carpet is by VandenLoom.
Source: Elle Decor
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