Alan Dodd's London flat has the artist's touch. A richly imagined cornucopia of Gothic relics, Victorian eccentricities, and personal heirlooms, the decorative artist's home feels like a vision out of something by Oscar Wilde. The atmosphere is playful, eclectic, and full of irregular charm. Get inspired with similar items from Lee Stanton by clicking through the galleries below.
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A portrait of the artist by David Hockney. I love how the interior depicted in the painting is a mirror and extension of the space in which its hung.
The spirits of Sir John Soane and William Morris are alive and well in this irreverent mantlepiece tableau.
Incredible bamboo detailing and a dusky, vibrant color palette make this powder room one to remember.
Photo: James McDonald for The World of Interiors.