David Heyman and Rose Uniacke London


David Heyman and Rose Uniacke are the ultimate power couple. David is the producer behind the Harry Potter series and Rose Uniacke is the daughter of a well know antique dealer in France who, in her own right, has become a much-in-demand British designer. The couple’s home, which is shared with one of their children, is featured in the March 2017 issue of Vogue. It combines raw and refined qualities and has an elegant simplicity to it. According to Uniacke, the design of their home can be summed up as “monastery meets Venetian palazzo.”


Here is Rose Uniacke with the family dog, Errol. That dog must live a very charmed life! Don’t worry, Errol isn’t camera shy. You’ll catch a glimpse of his sweet face later in this post.


It looks like the kitchen has undergone some renovation. The picture above is the family’s kitchen from 2013 via the New York Times. It’s also the version currently on Uniacke’s website known as the Pimlico House. However, the kitchen shown below, with its reclaimed wood, is the one featured in the March 2017 issue of Vogue Magazine. Personally, I like the 2013 version much better with the island in place and the selection of materials used. In fact, I kept having to double check my sources thinking that I had mixed up the pictures and dates. Nope.

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You can read more about the home in the March 2017 issue of Vogue Magazine and HERE in the 2013 New York Times/T Magazine article.


I thought it was ironic when a Connecticut couple moved to Brentwood, California and decided to purchase a traditional colonial home. The home is beautiful and, architecturally speaking, is something that is very classic New England…the very place they moved from. The couple enlisted designer Marie Turner Carson of M. Elle Design to design the interiors with the help of Candace Worth, the art consultant who helped curate the couple’s personal art collection. One of the guiding design principles they used in approaching this project is a philosophy that I have always believed in:


The homeowners sought “a house to retain the essence of tradition, but in a very edited way. I loved the idea of these contemporary art pieces juxtaposed with the more classic architectural elements.” While the architecture is clearly an enduring classic New England design, the interiors are California cool. East coast meets West coast. I think they married the two styles successfully.

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Images via Architectural Digest


Do you ever come across an image that stops you in your tracks? This Mountain Brook, Alabama living room of Interior Designer Betsy Brown did just that.living-room-interior-designer-betsy-brown-via-revivingcharm_com

Shortly after seeing this one image that captivated me, I received my issue of Milieu Magazine where her entire home was featured. Talk about coincidence! Her home is a wonderful mix of classic design with chic, modern flair set in neutral tones. I love homes that can successfully combine these elements while still providing a sense of warmth that makes you feel comfortable within the space. For today, enjoy a tour of Betsey Brown’s home….I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. art-at-the-home-of-betsy-brown-interior-design-revivingcharm_combetsy-brown-interior-design-revivingcharm_com-4bbetsy-brown-interior-design-revivingcharm_com-4abetsy-brown-interior-design-revivingcharm_com-3betsy-brown-interior-design-revivingcharm_combetsy-brown-interior-design-revivingcharm_com-2betsy-brown-interior-design-revivingcharm_com-1


I am very happy to welcome September. It means that we are starting the transition into Fall which my absolute favorite time of the year. We aren’t quite over the summer whites and it isn’t officially Fall just yet l so I thought it would be appropriate celebrate the day with some beautiful neutrals in a variety of styles.
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Have you ever seen a room that you would be ready to move right into? Well, this was the case when I came across the pictures above and below. These images left me wanting for more. And I couldn’t help but wonder what the rest of the space looks like.

After a bit of digging around, I found out that these are actually from the showroom of SummerHouse Furniture and Interior Design in Mississippi. I hopped right on over to their website and found many more gorgeously styled spaces and vignettes that have appeared in their showroom over the last  several months.  Here are a just a few of the many that caught my eye.

Notice the artwork in the above picture and the 2 pictures preceding it. It looks like it may have found a new home in another part of the showroom.

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If you are near the showroom, stop by:

SummerHouse Furniture and Interior Design
1109 Highland Colony Parkway,  Suite D
Ridgeland, MS 39157

If you can’t make it to the shop, you can always shop online here.