Built in 1820, Regent’s Crescent was formerly created by John Nash as part of the new palace development commissioned by King George IV. Over the years, this historic crescent-shaped complex evolved into a series of homes for London’s elite. Today, it boasts 67 apartment residences and 9 Garden Villas.

The owner of this apartment at Regent’s Crescent is a food blogger from China who lives in London and loves vintage and contemporary art. Most of the items were purchased from galleries in London and Paris.


Home: A Grade I listed apartment at Regent’s Crescent, London with three bedrooms
Size of home: 1,938 sq ft
Who lives here: A chinese food blogger, her four year-old son and a poodle.
Olga Ashby Interiors

This article was originally published in Home & Decor.


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