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This stylish 19th-century house on London's Portobello Road is the work of Eleanora Cunietti, one half of Carden Cunietti design practice. An original 19th-century staircase dominates the hall, complete with fine 19th-century iron balusters, rising from a new mosaic floor - a witty take on Victorian tile designs and typical of Carden Cunietti. "I love the juxtaposition of the stone, iron and mahogany with the modern mosaic," says Eleanora.   Taken from the October 2012 issue of House…

This stylish 19th-century house on London's Portobello Road is the work of Eleanora Cunietti, one half of Carden Cunietti design practice. An original 19th-century staircase dominates the hall, complete with fine 19th-century iron balusters, rising from a new mosaic floor - a witty take on Victorian tile designs and typical of Carden Cunietti. "I love the juxtaposition of the stone, iron and mahogany with the modern mosaic," says Eleanora. Taken from the October 2012 issue of House…

A lovely dressing table, with a bevelled glass top, adjustable bevelled mirror and three drawers. Exquisitely hand carved from mahogany, and hand finished in antique distressed cream.

A lovely dressing table, with a bevelled glass top, adjustable bevelled mirror and three drawers. Exquisitely hand carved from mahogany, and hand finished in antique distressed cream.

Temple Place, Victoria Embankment: This former residence of the Viscount Astor sits in a prime location on the banks of the river Thames. It was built for William Waldorf Astor, newspaper proprietor, financier and hotelier, who opened the Waldorf Hotel in 1908. Upon the death of his father in 1890 he became the richest man in America and moved to London a year later. The only specifications he gave to architect John Loughborough were that the building should personify and celebrate…

Temple Place, Victoria Embankment: This former residence of the Viscount Astor sits in a prime location on the banks of the river Thames. It was built for William Waldorf Astor, newspaper proprietor, financier and hotelier, who opened the Waldorf Hotel in 1908. Upon the death of his father in 1890 he became the richest man in America and moved to London a year later. The only specifications he gave to architect John Loughborough were that the building should personify and celebrate…

Main bedroom | County Antrim cottage | House tour | PHOTO GALLERY | 25 Beautiful Homes | Housetohome.co.uk

Main bedroom | County Antrim cottage | House tour | PHOTO GALLERY | 25 Beautiful Homes | Housetohome.co.uk

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