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Chloe Cyphus Christmas

Chloe lives in part of a former Victorian nunnery, in the Wiltshire town of Warminster. The building is thought to be on the site of a former manor house which was rebuilt in 1771 and later in 1891, in local stone.


Nick Carter/GAP Interiors

Feature No:   1609 

Qty of Images:    42 


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LIVING above the shop is one thing; living inside it is completely another. But four times a year that’s effectively what Chloe Cyphus’ home becomes -- a showcase for the painted French and Swedish furniture, unusual accessories and delicate, vintage textiles she sells through invitation-only sales held at the property. “During these events everything’s for sale!” she laughs. Dressing her home for these occasions is no problem because while Chloe has always adored her old things, she is also ruthless about parting with them. “As an antique dealer you know that things will come in and go out,” she says. “It goes right back to when I was a child when I seemed to spend entire days browsing and buying in junk shops.” Those childhood purchases are long gone but their memory lives on in her Wiltshire home, part of a converted nunnery in the heart of the town of Warminster, where she collects beautiful painted pieces and carefully-chosen accessories. Chloe’s favourite colours: greys, blues, sages and pinks are enlivened by dashes of raspberry, and cover everything from Swedish chairs to French chests of drawers to painted farmhouse tables, which are reflected in the silver-backed glass of old gilt mirrors.



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