For fashion It girl Alice Naylor-Leyland and her family, home in the English countryside is a wonderland
The 19th-century house is built from local ketton stone.
Alice in an Erdem dress with her lambs.
In a hall, antique engravings hang above Hunter Wellies and Tom’s handmade hunting boots.
Alice’s dressing table in the master bedroom.
Nancy and Billy Naylor-Leyland indulge in sweets in the dining room of Stibbington House. The windows are curtained in a Claremont fabric, edged with Samuel & Sons tassel fringe, and a Thibaut wallpaper covers the walls. 18th-century chairs in a Colefax and Fowler silk; toy animals from Selfridges.
In the playroom, the curtains are of a Bennison linen edged with Colefax and Fowler fringe, and the walls are covered in a Cole & Son wallpaper. Tom sits on a sofa dressed in a Titley and Marr fabric.
In the drawing room, an ostrich-feather lamp by A Modern Grand Tour stands next to a custom-made sofa upholstered in a Le Manach fabric. Pillows of a Lee Jofa chintz; Claremont silk curtains with custom trim; antique Aubusson rug.
The young Waltonian, by James Faed, hangs above a vintage record player in the drawing room. Speakers by Tannoy.
The same print adorns the master bedroom, where Alice (in a Giambattista Valli couture dress) sits with her children.
In Nancy’s room, Manuel Canovas’s L’envol covers the walls, and a Susanna Davis linen dresses the window. Crib by the nursery window, London; antique cast-iron bed with Swiss-Dot voile hangings.
Looking out onto the gardens.
Alice (in an Alessandra Rich dress) with Tom and Alpacas.
Alice (in a Valentino dress) and Tom with the children.
Tom on a path at Stibbington house.
What a life, right?
See Mrs. Alice’s Birthday HERE.
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