Restoration and Decoration of Period Houses

START DATE | TIME
Thursday, February 1, 2018
2:00pm
END DATE | TIME
Thursday, February 1, 2018
3:00pm
LOCATION
Event Address

155 Hammon Avenue
Palm Beach, FL 33480
United States

Lady Henrietta Spencer-Churchill

Lecture
Free to Members
$30 for Non-Members
Reservations Required

Lady Henrietta Spencer-Churchill is the eldest daughter of the 11th Duke of Marlborough whose family home is Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire. Henrietta studied at the Inchbald School of Design before forming her own highly successful interior design company, Woodstock Designs, in 1981, and undertaking commissions worldwide. Woodstock Designs are specialists in residential design from renovation of period properties to new build houses and experts in incorporating current trends and technology while respecting the historic character and architecture. She is also continuously involved with restoration projects of her family home Blenheim Palace.

In 1986, Henrietta formed a separate company, Spencer-Churchill Designs, producing a selection of furniture, fabrics and wallpapers. Since then, her international success has enabled her to establish a US design company, Spencer-Churchill Designs Inc. in 2003. Henrietta wrote her first book Classic English Interiors in 1990, followed by nine further books. Her eleventh, The Life of the House. The Evolution of Rooms, was published by Rizzoli in October 2012. Henrietta is a Member of the British Institute of Interior Design and is past President and Fellow of the UK Chapter of the IIDA –International Interior Design Association (formerly ISID) and past Region Director for Region 1 – Europe. She is on the Advisory Board of the New York School of Interior Design and teaches there along with other schools in London.

 

Lady Henrietta Spencer-Churchill

Lecture
Free to Members
$30 for Non-Members
Reservations Required

Lady Henrietta Spencer-Churchill is the eldest daughter of the 11th Duke of Marlborough whose family home is Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire. Henrietta studied at the Inchbald School of Design before forming her own highly successful interior design company, Woodstock Designs, in 1981, and undertaking commissions worldwide. Woodstock Designs are specialists in residential design from renovation of period properties to new build houses and experts in incorporating current trends and technology while respecting the historic character and architecture. She is also continuously involved with restoration projects of her family home Blenheim Palace.

In 1986, Henrietta formed a separate company, Spencer-Churchill Designs, producing a selection of furniture, fabrics and wallpapers. Since then, her international success has enabled her to establish a US design company, Spencer-Churchill Designs Inc. in 2003. Henrietta wrote her first book Classic English Interiors in 1990, followed by nine further books. Her eleventh, The Life of the House. The Evolution of Rooms, was published by Rizzoli in October 2012. Henrietta is a Member of the British Institute of Interior Design and is past President and Fellow of the UK Chapter of the IIDA –International Interior Design Association (formerly ISID) and past Region Director for Region 1 – Europe. She is on the Advisory Board of the New York School of Interior Design and teaches there along with other schools in London.

 
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