Last modified on May 30th, 2020
Rose Uniacke's London Home Is Jaw Dropping Gorgeous
Rose Uniacke’s home is a masterfully restored nineteenth-century London house. It was once a professional artist’s studio, gallery, and dwelling. By combining the rooms, it became a vast single-family residence.
Previously, we featured the home along with her tips on how to mix antiques with modern decor. A former antique restorer and dealer, she designs her own collections. Her showroom location is 76-84 Pimlico Road, London. She likes simplicity and minimalism. Yet, she is known for designing warm, inviting, and lived-in homes for her list of celebrity clientele. Many of the elite engage her design services because of her gift for mixing old and new objects resulting in ethereal and timeless settings. Although she plans stunning homes for others, this film offers a more in-depth glimpse into the emotion she experiences while creating the soul of her own home in the U.K.
Undisputedly, the star of the show is the most exquisitely restored Victorian Townhouse in Pimlico, London. While you’re viewing Rose Uniacke’s home tour, note how she thoughtfully reflects on her thought process behind bringing her home to life. Then, pay attention to each detail in the rooms. First, notice her subtle use of antiques. Second, pay attention to the various red threads she weaves throughout the entire home, such as the textured antiques plus the use of the same paint color throughout. Each ties the expansive space together.
We feel this is a must-see five-star short film for all design fans. But, if you love learning how to mix antiques and modern home decor, this video is especially for you.
This short video is chock-full of ideas and inspiration on how to decorate simply with antiques and modern in home decor today.
Narrated by Rose Uniacke and beautifully told by filmmaker, Matthew Donaldson for NOWNESS.