Award-winning London-based interior designer and antique dealer Rose Uniacke's sprawling 14,000-square-foot Neo-Georgian home in London is a perfect example of her impeccable attention to detail which is seen closely in this film by Nowness.
Built by the architect George Morgan in 1861 for James Rannie Swinton, a society portraitist, this masterpiece of a home feels contemporary and against its very grand proportions it seems unpretentiously calm and lived in.
A visual feast and utterly divine! Press play below to take a tour.
Images via Rose Uniacke