David Mlinaric's London Pied-à-terre

David Mlinaric's London Pied-à-terre

Aaron Able
Jan 6, 2009

In recent weeks, The New York Times has re-focused on smaller, simpler homes than we are used to seeing from them — yesterday we shared a unique East Village apartment renovation — and today we're digging up David Mlinaric's London pied-à-terre that was featured on Christmas Eve. Mlinaric, "England's foremost decorator of period interiors" has kept his city home simple and low-maintenance...

The New York Times is quick to point out that for a designer who is in an expert in period furniture and has designed many over-the-top palaces, castles and rock-star villas, this is pretty tame. Check it out: A Designer of Castles Chooses a Simple Life and the slideshow.

Pics: Derry Moore

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