Heard of Juicy Couture? Yeah. Anyone who can make the concept of a tracksuit glamorous deserves to live here. Gela Nash-Taylor, you have my blessing. Read the accompanying (September 2009) US Vogue article.
"John and Gela with their horses, Sid and Etiquette."
"The courtyard, with its exterior view of the Jacobean drawing room."
"Left: The drawing room, with its magnificent Jacobean plasterwork and chimneypiece, Queen Anne chairs from a suite commissioned for the duke of Leeds, and a Chippendale sofa with its original embroidery, forms part of Robert Kime and Patrick Kinmonth's scheme. The curtains are in Robert Kime for Chelsea Textiles "Hardwick" embroidered cloth. Right: In Gela's daughter, Zoe's, bedroom, antique fabric at the windows, antique toile on a Victorian slipper chair, and an 18th-century mirror on the mantel."
"In the Chinoiserie Suite, de Gournay wallpaper and a Victorian four-poster bed with custom hangings."
"John Taylor assists wife Gela with her cricket swing while her son, Travis Nash, and Yasmin Le Bon, wife of Duran Duran front man Simon Le Bon, help to field."
"Left: In Gela's bathroom, a Venetian mirror and curtains made from the queen of Italy's court train. Right: Flowers by Robert Kime."
"Left: An 18th-century needlework sofa against a 17th-century French bargello work in the Medieval Suite. Right: A 19th-century Sicilian chandelier and a harlequin set of Régence bergères in the loggia."