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Ashley Stark Portrait by Brittany Ambridge
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Ashley Stark is Creative Director of STARK, the legendary family-run carpet and fabric company founded over 75 years ago. Guest contributor Tova Ossad discusses steering the family business into an exciting new chapter, striking a balance between motherhood and a busy work life, and renovating her beautiful Manhattan townhouse.

Cipollino verde polished marble fireplace produced by Stone Age uk
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The owners of this Notting Hill family home are avid travellers, so we combined aspects of a boutique hotel with home comforts for a look and feel that is familiar yet luxurious. Tactile furnishings, a chic and muted colour scheme and soft, fluid shapes give a sense of understated decadence.

Flexform Zeno Light sofa in large open plan living room with blue walls.
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The living room of this three-bedroom late-Edwardian home in St John’s Wood draws from art deco and 1920s design influences with a mid-century modernist twist. Bold geometric forms, luxe materials such as marble and limestone, and gold accents work together to create a space that is luminous, elegant and memorable.

 

Bedroom Joinery design by Designed by Woulfe
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Effortless and understated interiors in this sleek principal bedroom make an impact without feeling contrived. Plenty of wood - hardwood floors and a custom walnut floating headboard - feel neutral and natural, while metallic accents and luxury soft furnishings add a touch of elegance. Multi-level lighting enhances the bedroom’s calming and soothing ambience.

Metal bedstead and blue and white pillows and throws in bedroom.
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Nothing evokes a sense of calm quite like natural, earth-inspired tones and natural materials. In this beachside luxury Mediterranean villa, you'll find a light and breezy bedroom that is timeless but still makes a lasting impression, with handcrafted, quilted soft-furnishings and beautifully textured wooden bedside tables. 

A sophisticated new york penthouse featuring silk rugs and seating from flexform.
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Despite being sky-high, this luxury penthouse in the Hell’s Kitchen district of New York has a grounded and peaceful feel, owing in part to the neutral, earthy palette and subtle contrast of natural textures.