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A couple of years ago, when her father decided to give up his house in central London, @ninaflohr decided to let go of her Notting Hill flat and take the opportunity to make the family home her own. “I’ve always admired the way the English dress their houses, the great estates with their @colefaxandfowler furnishings and eccentric flourishes,” says the Swiss-born Flohr, who until 2016 served as the creative director of @vistajet, the fleet of superstylish private planes founded by her father in 2004. “I wanted to take that inspiration and create a beautiful space that reflects my personal style and taste, an easy place to entertain, and a cozy nest to return to after my travels.” To help her realize her vision, Flohr turned to London-based #AD100 designer @veere_grenney, who worked at @sibylcolefax & John Fowler in the 1990s before opening his own firm. Describing the brief she gave Grenney, Flohr says: “I grew up here, so it has lots of familiarity, but I had to make changes.” Refurbished in the 1990s, the interiors of the Regency-era neoclassical beauty were rather minimal—“contemporary,” in Flohr’s description. “Nina’s taste is very eclectic, and she believes in quality and details,” says Grenney. “She is also a keen organizer and likes functionality. We had fun with color and pattern, but we also had to make it all work.” Discover the rest of the home through the link in our profile. Photo by @simonuptonphotos; text and styling by @gianlucalongogg


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