This week’s AT HOME WITH features the home of decorator Jane Ormsby Gore, who worked at British Vogue in the 1960s, returning to the Welsh countryside where she grew up around 1970.
“With time, it all became about houses. She does it for herself and she does it for other people, making beauty, creating comfort and poise, using textiles to tell stories, using papers to set a tone and living as if living were not a chore but an art form.” (T Magazine)
There is something rather special about this house nestled in the hills — the pale powder blue silk curtains, the vibrant green walls and roaring fire, its charming eclecticism and the way every single item reflects so much personality . . .