The 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.
The 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.
The landing that connects the house’s second and third stories serves as the Temperleys’ portrait gallery.
A freestanding Victorian bathtub rests on a wooden base in the center of her carpeted, sun-drenched master bathroom.
The designer, who hopes to someday launch a home line, hand-stitched the silk quilt that adorns the bed in the master suite.
Cricket 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.