Bold and beautiful townhouse
In the library, the armchair is by George Smith, and the mirror above the limestone mantel is 18th-century French; the small canvas artworks are by Anna Raymond, and the collages reflected in the mirror are by Joe Tilson.
Kit and Tim Kemp at their 1920s London townhouse near Hyde Park.
The entrance hall includes an Italian commode, a Scandinavian mirror, and a beehive found in France.
An antique bobbin chair, an 18th-century armchair, and a sofa by Antonio Citterio in the loft; the ladder is an artwork by Martin Richman.
In the living room, antique mirrors flank a painting by Anna Raymond.
The custom-designed sofa and chair in the drawing room are upholstered in fabrics by Penny Morrison and Robert Kime, respectively.
The sunroom has a light fixture by Kevin Reilly, an antique wing chair upholstered in a Bennison fabric, and chairs by Philippe Hurel.
A light fixture by Kevin Reilly for Holly Hunt hangs in the kitchen, where a wing chair upholstered in French tea towels is paired with a floor lamp by Nicholas Haslam; the range is by Aga.
The mahogany bedside cabinet and chest in the master bedroom are 18th century, and the canopy, headboard, and bedding are made from a Chelsea Editions embroidered fabric.
The round table is French, the painting on the floor is by Duncan Grant, and the mantel is limestone.
In a guest room, the walls are covered in a toile de Jouy by Brunschwig & Fils that is also used for the canopy, pillows, and bedding; the artwork is by Dick Bixby.