Alice Temperley And Her Country Estate In Somerset

Alice Temperley : Country Estate In SomersetTemperley, using her dining-room table as a makeshift studio, designs paper patterns for bespoke bridal dresses that she prefers to work on in the peace and quiet of the countryside.
Alice Temperley : Country Estate In SomersetThe designer contrasts the classic English style of her Cricket Court estate with bold-colored accents, such as the ornate fuchsia couch pillows in the house’s piano room.
Alice Temperley : Country Estate In SomersetThe working stand displays Temperley’s paper and textile patterns in the dining room.
Alice Temperley : Country Estate In SomersetThe figurative antique bronze lamp in the dining room was a wedding gift from Alice’s parents. Behind it on the wall hangs a photograph taken by the designer’s sister Matilda on a recent trip the two made to Ethiopia.
Alice Temperley : Country Estate In SomersetThe landing that connects the house’s second and third stories serves as the Temperleys’ portrait gallery.
Alice Temperley : Country Estate In SomersetA freestanding Victorian bathtub rests on a wooden base in the center of her carpeted, sun-drenched master bathroom.
Alice Temperley : Country Estate In SomersetThe designer, who hopes to someday launch a home line, hand-stitched the silk quilt that adorns the bed in the master suite.
Alice Temperley : Country Estate In SomersetThe Temperleys’ pet alpacas, Louis and Rupert, graze on the rear grounds of the estate.
Alice Temperley : Country Estate In SomersetOn warm summer evenings, the Temperleys sleep in a large bed within the family teepee.
Alice Temperley : Country Estate In SomersetCricket Court viewed from its sprawling fields; a chandelier has been hanging from a large tree ever since Alice brought it home from a photo shoot, where it was used as a prop, several years ago.
Alice Temperley : Country Estate In SomersetThe designer sits with her son,Fox, on the front steps of their home.
source vanityfair.com

 

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