The living room Of Caroline Sieber’s London home with its custom tropical wallpaper by Zuber makes such a focal point, no need for wall art.
Caroline Sieber‘s London home is a colorful oasis that aims to bring the happy touch to the often grey days of London. The house that she shares with her husband Fritz von Wetenholz and their daughter is located in the leafy Notting Hill neighborhood and the result of the design is a combination of the couples respective childhood homes aesthetics. The colorful house was designed by the couple in an eclectic way “something more contemporary, younger… feminine but not ditzy.” Caroline says. The living room which runs the entire depth of the house is covered in a custom tropical wallpaper by Zuber, with is a mixture of furniture from different styles such as a gilded Victorian-looking sofa, a marble cocktail table designed by the couple and other furniture pieces from the nineteenth century. The house was published in the November issue of Vogue 2015.
The kitchen which in my opinion is probably the most beautiful space in this home. I would love to have seen more of it.
I love this corridor with all the nature inside.
The jazzy Tiffany-blue bathroom inspired on The Duke of Windsor’s Parisian bathroom. Marble covering almost every surface, mirror above the chest of drawers and tub and verre eglomise cabinetry.