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Amanda Knox

Amanda's chic Grantham townhouse has an intriguing vintage French twist to the décor. She has breathed light and life into a tired old townhouse, stylishly decorating with vintage verve, furnishing her family home with French finds.


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Feature No:   1909 

Qty of Images:    133 


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Amanda Knox has a love and an eye for French vintage décor, her parents French home facilitates perpetual traipsing round flea markets, brocantes and antique fairs where she has accrued an array of decorative items for the home, so many she could afford to sell them too, in her home from home shop, Decorative Country Living. Needing a fresh start, Amanda moved, with her children, to a now charming 3 story town house in Grantham two years ago. Inspired by a combination of fresh and breezy Scandinavian town houses, and her hoard of not so shabby, chic French finds, Amanda set out to transform the tired old house “My previous home was much more ‘country cottage’, so the townhouse with fabulously high ceilings and lots of light, was something quite new and exciting. I put all my ‘cottage’ pieces into the shop and started anew, once I had created the perfect off white blank canvas”, Amanda explains, inspired by Atalanta Bartlett’s book, ‘At Home with White’. Walls, floors windows and doors were either painted a shade of white, else tiled in neutral or natural tones, the exception being Amanda’s bathroom’ I just couldn’t help myself, I just had to have these fabulous Cath Kidston rose printed bathroom tiles, they were so me!” exclaims Amanda, whose love for rose patterns and designs is reflected more subtly, throughout the house.



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