The drawing room of designer Peter Mikic and TV producer Sebastian Scott’s London townhouse includes a pastel by Paula Rego, left, and a print by David Hockney; the mirrored tiles are by the Looking Glass of Bath. The sofas are upholstered in a Romo velvet, the midcentury cocktail table is French, and the light fixture, consoles, silk wall covering, and rug are custom made.
In the library, custom-made armchairs face a sofa covered in a Dedar fabric, the cocktail table is midcentury, and the prints are by Sarah Morris; the marble fireplace surrounds throughout the house were fabricated in India.
Prints by Bridget Riley and Marc Quinn in a hallway; the side table is by Antonio Citterio for Maxalto.
The kitchen’s island, cabinetry, countertops, sinks, and fittings are by Boffi; the refrigerator, wine cooler, and ovens are by Gaggenau, and the light fixture is custom made.
The breakfast room table and chairs are custom made, and the etching is by Lucian Freud.
The sink fittings are by Dornbracht, and the shower’s Grand Antique marble was originally quarried for the Vatican.
In a guest room, the floor lamp is midcentury Italian, and the armchair was found at an antiques market; the Japanese gilt panels and the painting above the fireplace are family heirlooms, and the walls are papered in a hemp by Altfield.
The sofa, ottoman, rug, and silk wall covering in the master bath are custom made; the chest of drawers and mirror are 19th century, and the tub was found at an antiques market.