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August 25, 2015
Luxury villa in London by David Collins

Today at the The Most Expensive Homes gorgeous and elegant Grade II listed villa in London, UK. It was designed by David Collins – an Irish born, extremely talented interior designer with an architectural education. Best recognised for his luxury restaurant and bar interiors that can be found all over London and in many places abroad.

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See also: Sophisticated Fifth Avenue Apartment from Piet Boon

This five bedroom home features a collection of eclectic, whimsical and refined twentieth century antiques together with bespoke David Collins studio furniture and lighting. Furniture and lighting includes an important Pierre Bobot gold lacquer screen and intricately carved chandeliers designed by the studio.

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The home utilizes a wide palette of colours and materials including a studded yellow leather card table and chairs and a study panelled in lavender lacquer. This project was realised in 2008.

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Read more about David’s designs on Best Interior Designers Blog

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See also: Luxury Casa Son Vida by Marcel Wanders

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5 years ago

Taste of Madonna or Steven Klein would “mind purchase this signature interiors” while “London facing gentrification still 3rd world luxury sales. Go Ellen owns, 2 homes London possibly a 3rd only Londontown.

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