DAVIDSON London invites you to explore Nash House, a six-bedroom Grade II listed building on the edge of Regent’s Park. The property, a five-story Georgian Townhouse built around 200 years ago, was designed by renowned architect John Nash, who designed many of the famous terraces and Neoclassical buildings across London, including Buckingham Palace, Marble Arch and Regent Street. The ground floor entrance hall of Nash House. Photograph by Julian Abrams.
Preserved in this family home are all of the original period features including detailed egg and dart and botanical cornices as well as the oversized sash windows. The interior style is an elegant juxtaposition between traditional design and contemporary living.The kitchen and dining room of Nash House. Photograph by Julian Abrams.
The kitchen has been adapted to facilitate modern-day family life whilst maintaining the intended charm and character, with its tall ceilings and large windows.
The first-floor landing features an adapted Hester Occasional Table with a glass top. Photograph by Julian Abrams.
Upstairs off of the first-floor landing, the formal drawing room has an elegance and grandeur that only a period property of this time could exhibit. The term drawing room originates from the 16th century when the owner of the house, his wife, or a distinguished guest could ‘withdraw’ for more privacy. Today it is used to entertain friends, the antique bar cart making the perfect place to stir up a cocktail or two after a dinner party in the dining room downstairs. The original fireplace had been removed by a previous owner so the marble surround, designed by Sixty3 London, is purely aesthetic and creates a beautiful focal point in the centre of the room. The formal drawing room, with marble fireplace surround designed by Sixty3 London. Photograph by Julian Abrams.
The formal drawing room of Nash House. Photograph by Julian Abrams.
Working closely with a heritage conservation officer, Sixty3 London enhanced the property with a sympathetic renovation, creating a luxurious yet liveable home in Central London.
The master bedroom of Nash House. Photograph by Julian Abrams.
Sixty3 London is an interior design studio based in Mayfair. With over fifteen years of combined experience in luxury interior design, directors Ginny and Charlotte work alongside their team of talented designers, interior architects and project managers to ensure clients receive a professional
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Specialising in residential interiors for private clients and developers, the team creates exquisite, polished interiors that are not only beautiful but also functional and liveable. From interior design and architecture, to bespoke cabinetry and furniture design, Sixty3 London work closely with each client always striving to exceed expectations and make each project unique.