The drawing room of ’s London apartment, designed by . The sofas are from , the 19th-century English chaise longue is upholstered in a linen, and the stools are covered in an Edelman leather; the prints are by Gary Hume, the curtains are of a silk, and the moldings are original.
in her drawing room with daughters Violette, left, and Apolline.
In the dining area, the chairs, table, and fireplace surround were designed by ; the painting is by Simon Patterson.
The custom-made doors were inspired by the façade of a Neapolitan church, the console and lamps in the hallway are French, and the floors are marble; the artwork is by René Gruau.
The custom-made chairs in the dining area are upholstered in a Lelièvre velvet, the chandeliers are by , and the 19th-century armchairs are Italian; the holographic portrait of Queen Elizabeth is by Chris Levine.
In the entrance hall, a vase by on a Jansen table; the Italian floor lamps are circa 1940, and the artworks are by Ilya and Emilia Kabakov.
The kitchen cabinetry is custom made, and runway-style lights hang overhead; the photographs are by Montserrat Soto.
In the guest bath, the Carrara-marble mirror is fitted with sconces, and the sink fittings are by .
The wall covering and curtains in the master bedroom are of linens, the print is by Gary Hume, and the bed by is dressed in linens; the vintage lamps are by Maison Charles.