While it's always interesting to have a nose around what other people have done to their houses, it's particularly intriguing when those people are international design experts.
Charlotte and Peter Fiell, authors of the lavishly illustrated guide 'Chairs: 1,000 Masterpieces of Modern Design' and 'Masterpieces of British Design', have put their Victorian home in Brook Green, London, up for sale.
The five-bedroom, end of terrace house -on the market with Bective Leslie Marsh - was featured in the BBC’s three-part documentary on the evolution of Art Nouveau earlier this year.
Their living room is particularly special, a homage to the 19th century Aesthetic Movement led by the likes of Oscar Wilde and William Morriss, which features original furniture and accessories from the period.
According to the particulars the property "exudes a blend of the high Victoriana taste with dashes of 20th century design" and has original plaster mouldings as well as an orangery and freestanding garden office.
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