In the airy kitchen, the long oak table is an adapted version of The Conran Shop‘s Biblioteque, designed by Terence for this kitchen. The chairs were rescued from a decommissioned ocean liner, recently reupholstered in pale blue leather to soften the mood.
Source similar chairs at John Lewis.
Both Terence and his wife are keen cooks – as evidenced in the industrial-seeming island unit, built for practicality.
The French Deco metal table in the hallway was bought in the L’isle-sur-la-Sorgue flea market in Provence. The boxes store Terence’s collection of butterflies.
The Victorian tub is a favourite place to escape to after a busy day. The basins are set into caramel-hued Italian travertine stone. Shaker brushes, found in an antiques shop in New York, hang in a row over the unusual ‘hole’ fireplace.