COTE DE TEXAS: A FABULOUS GIVEAWAY TODAY!!!!!

A FABULOUS GIVEAWAY TODAY!!!!!



In honor of the Royal Wedding of Meghan and Harry’s wedding, I am hosting a fabulous giveaway with LONDON PERFECT!!!

If you are a long time reader, you are probably familiar with Paris Perfect, where you lease beautiful apartments in Paris as opposed to staying in a hotel room.

 London Perfect is its sister company whose highly vetted apartments are available for rent in London.


London Antiques on Portobello


While researching this story, I had so much fun visiting the London Perfect web site, looking at all their beautiful apartments. 

The London Perfect units are different than Perfect Paris – they are definitely veddy English in design while Perfect Paris are furnished with items procured in France.

The rentals in London Perfect have wonderful locations, close to museums and well-known shopping areas.   They are near parks and key tourist spots.

Before we discuss the GIVEAWAY – let’s look at a few of my favorite London Perfect rentals:

The first on my list is the VICTORIA:

This rental is located in Kensington, near the Kensington Palace.  If you stay here, be on the lookout for the Cambridges and the Sussexes who live nearby in the Palace!

The Victoria once belonged to an English painter, Albert Chevallier Taylor who is famous for a cricket painting that broke a world record when it sold for over $1 million!!  Many of Taylor’s portraits hang in the National Portrait Gallery.  He actually played cricket with well known authors such as Arthur Conan Doyle and J.M. Barrie who wrote Peter Pan!


If you chose this rental you can walk to Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park.  Another walk covers Museum Row where most of London’s best museums are.  High Street is nearby, as is Notting Hill in Knightsbridge.


The Victoria is located on a charming street where houses have front gardens behind wrought iron railings.   The neighborhood was built to house Queen Victoria’s ladies in waiting. 

The house has 4 bedrooms and sleeps 8.


The foyer opens to marble floors and a beautiful staircase.  To the left is the double Drawing Room (this IS England, of course!)  At the end of the foyer is a large kitchen/family room.


At the front of the house is a double drawing room.  This room overlooks the front street.


The double drawing room is decorated with French chairs!!!   This wall under the beam was removed to turn two rooms into one larger one.

 

Traditionally, this would be two rooms – both entered from the foyer.  Today, it is one large room.  Here, the sofa overlooks the rear of the property.


                   

The view from the foyer towards the back of the townhouse.

This French door on the left opens up to the courtyard where a dining table is set up.


To me, this is the highlight of the apartment.  It is simply wonderful!!!  A combination of English townhouse styling mixed with French antiques.  Swoon!!!

Oh, I would be SOOOOOOOOOOOO happy here!!!

Notice the planked ceiling with a mass of skylights to let in even more light.   The kitchen is located on both the left and right sides – divided by the center hall.


This view shows the patio outside the French door.


    

The kitchen is hidden behind a large stone counter, the contemporary mixer mixes with antique leather books.


A vignette in front of one of kitchen areas.


Looking down at the garden that wraps around from the Drawing Room to the Family Room.   I assume the kitchen/dining room was added on to the house at a much later date.



Looking down from the top floor to the first floor via the staircase.


Upstairs is the master bedroom with its small fireplace, French antiques, crystal chandy, and a set of herbiers.


At the other side are the closets, hidden behind mirrored French doors.  Notice the beautiful night table.


The marble tiled bathroom beats any 5 star hotel.  I love the original window and shutters.  AND notice the very different English toi-let.



Second of four bedrooms.


Can I just say, give me a bathroom filled with white subway tile and I’ll be happy for eternity.  Why mess with perfection?  

And another funny English toil-et.


This is my favorite bedroom, of course.  A loft styled room with blue and white toile and check and a stripe mixed with a red lampshade accent.

OK.  Give me blue and white prints and checks any day and I”ll be happy for eternity.  Why mess with perfection?  Wait….didn’t I just say that????


The dining area outside the foyer.




The next rental is the WELLINGTON:

Want to stay in a townhouse that was featured in British House & Garden?  Well, this is your chance!!   The townhouse was restored by an architect – and you can read all about his fabulous renovation in the magazine.

This townhouse is in the historic center of Old Chelsea.

St. James Park and Buckingham Palace are nearby.

  The house has 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and it was just completely redone by a prominent architect/designer.   While it is located on one of Chelsea’s quietest streets, King’s Road is just a short walk away and the Thames is also near by.    Inside, the house is filled with antiques which mix with a collection of contemporary art.


The architect said that he was inspired by Oliver Messel when he designed the fireplace – but readers to Cote de Texas will recognize that the design is quite similar to one found in Princess Diana’s Kensington Palace apartment, designed originally by William Kent.

  Beautiful crown molding – mirrors used instead of bookcases flanking the fireplace enlarges the space.


I love the gilt capitals used for a coffee table.

The townhouse was built in 1826 and is located in an area of Chelsea where the servants of the nearby larger houses lived.  Today, due to its pricey locale,  these houses are no longer affordable to laborers.


The front door opens to the double drawing room.   You can see the antique floorboards here.  Large contemporary art is seen here, along with an antique long clock and sconces.

BUT, the BEST view is yet to be seen!!

The view on the other side of the drawing room is so beautiful!!  Two large columns separate the double drawing room, while at the sides of the room, two half columns mimic the round ones.  Past the columns is the library and further back is the upper portion of the conservatory, located on the lower floor.  A glass balcony fools the eye.

Notice the ceiling is painted a gold hue, the same color as the columns.



Past the library is the top half of the conservatory, whose bottom half is on the lower floor.  A half wall of glass acts as balcony which helps to fool the eye.


The powder room with marble floors has unusual dark turquoise walls. 


One the lower floor is the guest room – most of all the fabrics used are Galbraith and Paul.



Through the double doors is the guest bedroom.  Here is the dining room with the long table and chairs clad in Galbraith & Paul.  Across – notice the flat baluster on the stairs, built by the noted architect.  Stone floors.  Notice even the sconces shades are Galbraith & Paul.


The view towards the back of the lower floor.  The conservatory was added on to the house.


Love the English feel in the townhouse!


The red wall was pulled out to give the impression a fireplace was there.  The flanking walls were mirrored.




The two story conservatory is across from the kitchen.  Above – you can see the where the glass wall on the first floor overlooks the back garden on the floor below.


The two story conservatory opens to the back garden.



The kitchen.


I love the back door.


Looking at the garden below – which steps down to the kitchen door.

Across, several stone steps lead up to what is either the garage or an adjoining townhouse.


Dying to know what this leads to?!!



Up the stairs – on the 1/2 floor is a large landing.


On the landing is the third bedroom with this darling bed overlooking the garden.


The master bedroom with wood floors and rugs and more darling fabrics.


I love that chest and notice the antique mirror and candles.  Beautiful!!

Did you see the bathroom?


Just beautiful!!!!


The master bathroom is beyond gorgeous!!  Marble and mosaics.  

That hardware!!!!


A view to the bath.   The window probably looks over the stair hall.

One of the prettiest small bathrooms I’ve seen.  LOVE!!!!


The Wellington was really beautiful with all its antiques – I just LOVE it.


This next one is also very nice:   The Salisbury

Looking for a one bedroom??  This sophisticated apartment is in South Kensington, near Museum Row – where the Victoria & Albert Museum is.   Filled with antiques mixed with a contemporary design – it is located on the second floor, and it is very European – there is no elevator. 



The Drawing Room is a large open space with a row of tall French windows the overlook the front.  There’s a beautiful antique screen and portrait.


Across the room, flanked by tall, antique candlesticks is a fabulous tufted leather chesterfield!!


The front view – with boxwoods and a balcony.


So eclectic!  LOVE!


The marble fireplace is probably original to the space – it is gorgeous.


The front French door opens to a balcony that overlooks the street.


The bedroom has an antique chaise and fur coverlet.



The dining room overlooks the back garden and has original Victorian tiles.


Visit the Canada Gate at Green Park near Buckingham Palace



Another darling apartment is the MACDONALD:

This is a three bedroom, two bathroom for those parties of couples or children.  It is located near Kensington High Street and the newly opened Design Museum. 

 


Classic London:  houses in the area are typically painted white with black doors and brass mail slots.

                                                         

Inside the MacDonald, there are pine wood floors and red painted furniture.

Located on the second floor – there is an elevator in this townhouse.



Antique mirrors and two chandeliers.  Such a pretty fireplace!



Fully equipped kitchen with a farm sink.

I love the vintage bread box and toaster!   Notice the tile floors.


And, walls of wonderful white subway tile.


Antique mirror and rugs leads to the bedrooms and kitchen.


One bedroom with wood floors and pine furniture.


The second bedroom has a bay window.


The third bedroom has an antique daybed.



THE DANEBURY:


The Danbury is located in Notting Hill, right near Portobello Road antiques market.


London

It’s a short walk to Kensington Palace….


and to Hyde Park, with its beautiful lake.

I saved the Danebury for last because it is simply amazing!   It is contemporary and classic London living at its truest meaning.

A two bedroom, the Danebury is located on a quiet mews in the heart of Notting Hill.


I don’t know about you – but I can’t hear the words “Notting Hill” and not think of the Travel Book Co.!!!!  Or Hugh Grant!!! 


A typical mews in Notting Hill with its cobbled streets and old stable doors.


The Danebury has two bedrooms, but a large sofa turned into a bed – makes room for six to sleep.

Here, the front door leads into the dining area and kitchen.


The black front door leads directly into the dining room and kitchen.


The window overlooks the front of the house.  The kitchen is through the opening on the left.



Adjoining the dining area is the large kitchen with its gray subway tiled walls.  At the far left are the stairs that reach up through the four levels of the house.

Notice the gilt mirror:


Hidden inside the mirror is a flatscreen tv!


White lacquered cabinets are mixed with wood shelves.


The left wall of the kitchen is mirrored to made the space seem more expansive.


At the far left are the stairs and past the left of the stairs is the garage, where a full bathroom and laundry room are located.


Past the garage is a large bathroom with shower and to the right, a laundry room.   The garage is visible in the mirror.


The stairs lead up the second level with the two main bedrooms.


The master bedroom overlooks the street.


Plenty of closet space.


I love these green glass subway tiles mixed with the dark brown wood.


And there’s a shower – nice for England!


The guest room.  Both rooms look out to the front street.


Darling!


The guest bath has a large soaking tub.




From the bedrooms’ second level, the stairs reach up to the third level where the Drawing Room is located.



At the right are the stairs, and to the left are the wood stairs that lead up to the fourth level.

The fourth floor acts as a huge skylight for the Drawing Room.



The third floor is taken up completely by the Drawing Room.  A mix of blue velvet and gold & white fabrics – the room is contemporary eye candy!!!



A view from the opposite side of the room.  Just fabulous!!!!


Large flatscreen.

These sofas open up into beds for an extra two guests.



Here, you can see the half wall of glass that surrounds the stairs.  Another set of stairs leads up to the fourth level – the rooftop garden.


Up to the conservatory.


Looking down from the top of the fourth floor.


The conservatory at the top of the fourth floor.



It leads to the rooftop which overlooks the neighborhood.  Isn’t this so adorable?!?!   Love!!!

It even has its own gutter.


Surrounded by a fence and a row of boxwoods, is an outdoors room.


What a great place to come up and drink wine and watch the sun set….


Over at Westminster and Big Ben.


These are just a few of the rentals available at London Perfect.  These that I showed are my favorites.   Be sure to look them all over and pick your favorite rental.



Which leads me to the LONDON PERFECT GIVEAWAY.



FOR ONE LUCKY READER:  London Perfect is offering a 3 day vacation at ANY London Perfect Rental!!!  (Blackout dates apply

and the specific apartment will be subject to availability.)

So, think about which rental you would like to stay at for a long weekend or during the week.


HOW TO ENTER:  

1.  Go to the London Perfect website

HERE.


2.  Come back to Cote de Texas and leave a COMMENT, telling us your favorite rental and why.  Be SURE to include your name and email address IF you want to win!!!

3.  Go to London Perfect Facebook HERE and “like” it and finally, go to the London Perfect Instagram HERE and “follow” – as long as you belong to Facebook and Instagram!

You have until this Saturday at 11:59 pm to enter this contest.


A huge thank you to London Perfect for this giveaway!!!!



178 comments :

  1. These are gorgeous. I love all of them, though I wasn't so into the contemporary one until I got to that roof deck. Every one of the outdoor spaces you show is my idea of perfection--a table, a little greenery and not too much work (said after days of digging in my yard and feeling like it will never end).
    The bathroom with the mosaic is incredible. So many ideas to try to copy later! In fact, I'd have to say the Wellington, with that bathroom and that open conservatory, is my favorite. And my husband would go crazy over the stylized bull's head sconces.

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  2. The Wellington, hands down! Oh my gosh, all the fabrics, all the details (the stairs, the door cutouts), the marble bath with the pedestal tub -- it's an Anglo-design-style-phile dream.

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  3. The Victoria. Simply perfect. Karen Helme karenhelme1@gmail.com

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  4. Oh my, each of these spaces is a decorating lesson in itself! I'd love to stay in the Victoria, have my coffee in the morning at the table in the kitchen/family room space, while I plot my route through today's museums (husband rolling his eyes.....)I'd be close enough to come back in the mid afternoon for a little nap, or just a rest by putting up my feet and relaxing in the garden (or looking out at it) and then, refreshed, go out to a play in the evening! How dreamy!

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  5. oooops, I forgot PLohni (see above comment on the Victoria) is Marguerite Neuhaus msneuhaus613@gmail.com

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  6. The Victoria! I could happily live the rest of my life there! Janet Lorusso jrlinteriors@gmail.com

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  8. I love The Walton! Located near shopping areas I would spend morning poking and gathering epicurean delights! The Walton is charming, modern and would allow me to play in the kitchen that sounds well equipped for this rusty chef. How nice it would be to linger over a pot of tea in the morning while reading a good book or laying out a plot to write one! A stay at any of these lovely properties would create an authentic British experience to remember! Erica Howat/ ericahowat@mac.com

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  9. It would be the Victorian. My son is renovating an old Row house in Pittsburgh and I love the ideas it has to offer. It's also grand enough for my tall adult boys to travel and stay with us. Last time we were in London together, 11 years ago, my youngest could not join us. Watch your blog religiously ~ I'm a vintage fanatic especially in the RL french country feel. Jennifer Archie jeniarchie@yahoo.com

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  10. 'The Victoria' is far and away my favorite! The natural light streaming in, the unexpected mix of textures...it looks like absolute heaven! I've never been to London, but it has been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember. It must have started once I became Royals obsessed :) My husband has never been to the UK, and I would love for us to experience it together, and maybe with a friend or two to join us ;)

    Thank you for another fabulous post, Joni. I've been reading for around 7 years now, and posting up with a cup of coffee at my desk looking at fbaulous interiors has become my morning ritual. Xx Meredith Riggins meredithriggins@gmail.com

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  11. This would be the most wonderful trip I could imagine! Thank you for the chance. My choice would be the Victoria. It’s just beautiful,and what a wonderful location. I’ve always wanted to go to London, and the time is passing. My email- vikkiwebb03@gmail.com
    Vikki D. Webb

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  12. What an incredible give away! Wow!!! I would choose the Chelsea, obviously it is beyond gorgeous but the idea of the extra bedrooms would allow me to bring my family along for the adventure! karen@karenviscito.com

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  13. Love the colors in the Danebury living areas and Kitchen. And that terrace...oh, my! JW Hill. jeffwhill@gmail.com

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  14. The Victoria! It looks just perfect to me!

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  15. The Victoria! It looks just perfect to me! Jennifer Berg, jenniferberg2@gmail.com

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  16. I love the garden at the Cornwall apartment. Drue DaSilva, druetdasilva@yahoo.com

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  17. The Cornwall had me at “Patio Garden” there are just two of us so the size is also perfect. Other reviewers said this was a quiet peaceful area as well as close to lots of other amenities. Sounds London Perfect! Arla Neuberger arlahouston@comcast.net

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  18. Is this contest open only to U.S. residents?

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  19. Spoiled for choice, as the Brits would say! I love so many but would have to choose the Victoria. I can only imagine having dinner with my family in that stunning atrium dining room! And close to Hyde Park and even to Harrod’s, I believe. It appears to be the quintessential London townhouse but brought forward with such style that it looks fresh without losing its charming character.

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  20. Wow! The Danebury is so chic and if I stayed there I would pretend I was wealthy and hip. But my first choice would hands down be the Wellington. I mean, “Wow!” #brit #goals! crystal.conner@gmail.com

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  21. What a fantastic contest - thanks for a great opportunity ! What a difficult choice - how can you just pick one ? They are all beautiful and I could happily live forever in any of these beautiful homes in the most wonderful city in the world (in my humble opinion !). But if forced to choose, other than the beauties shown on this blog, I would choose The Gloucester, simply because of the extra bedroom. But I am also in love with The Victoria and The Wellington. Tough Choice !!

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  22. oh my! Tears in my eyes! I love them all, but this experience would need to be shared with 6 of my nearest and dearest. I choose the Victoria. Perfection! Thank you for introducing me to the amazing residences at London Perfect. I look forward to many hours of delighted browsing! Gail Ernst gailernst@gmail.com

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  23. What an incredible opportunity !!! The Victoria is my favorite, but each is so charming. Thank you.

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  24. My favorite is the Victoria in Kensington. Elegant, airy light filled apartment with fabulously well decorated appointments in ALL rooms. This is stunning.
    Teri Smith
    Terisgarden@gmail.com

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  25. Oh My! so many to choose from but I think the Danebury takes the cake! Absolutely perfect. Also love the Cornwall, so cute and cozy!
    Thank you! Kim Gillum kimgillum@comcast.net

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  26. Lordy, Lordy, what an incredible gift you are giving us. Thank you. I am not sure that I can pick just one, but if I only have one choice I would choose the Cornwall, or maybe the Danebury, or actually the Wellington, I just cannot choose for the life of me, they are all so wonderful. Thank you for introducing us all to Perfect London, now I have many hours of browsing and dreaming ahead of me today. Wonderful post! Nancy Carter...nmcasa@aol.com

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  27. This is a fabulous post!!! Thank you for letting us know about this great group. I need a getaway for sure and just the simple Queensgate Studio Loft would make my trip beyond the best. julie pincus latentwriter@aol.com

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  28. They are all wonderful but the Danebury is my favorite, because who would not want to stay in Notting Hill? Penny at lavenderhillstudio.com

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  29. The Victoria is my favorite! However, could enjoy each just as well. How pretty they all are! Chhumph3@comcast.net

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  30. Oops, Carolyn Humphries should have been added to the previous email.

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  31. A year ago today my two daughters, three granddaughters and I were staying at the "Bergerac" in Paris. A friend told me about Paris Perfect. We were NOT disappointed! Our apartment was fabulous with great views of the Eiffel Tower. The first night I woke everyone up to see the lights. If London Perfect's apartments are as nice (and they seems to be) I think I'll be booking a room soon.

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  32. WOW!!!! I had to read and re-read and re-read to absorb these jaw dropping pictures!!!! Does anyone do it better than the Brits???? Well, maybe the French!!! I am quite certain in another life I must have been a royal!!! I am so drawn to everything about the English way of living! The first rental The Victoria was my favorite but I loved all of the fabrics in The Wellington! "Cheerio" Joni!!! Well done as always!!!

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    1. Oh dear...I was so swept away with the beauty in all your pictures I forgot to leave my name and email with crossed fingers to win...Stacy Lovoy...stacy.lovoy@gmail.com

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  33. They're all terrific but I love the Wellington. Thank you for this opportunity. terri.benton@gmail.com

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  34. Gorgeous. I would choose the Victoria. It is perfectly perfect!
    donna
    ydonna3@aol.com

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  35. I would love the stay at the Victoria! My husband and I went to London on our first trip abroad and he did not enjoy the experience. We loved England but didn't my husband enjoy London. That was for my 50th birthday. This year we celebrate our 50th anniversary! (30 years later!) I would love to go back and revisit London. I would like to change his mind about the city and I would love to have our two daughters join us. It would be a trip of a lifetime!

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    1. dldavisinteriors@gmail.com is where you can find me! This is exciting!!!!!

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  36. I would love to stay in The Walton! It is the perfect size for our small family and I love the location near Knightsbridge. The private patio sounds amazing as well!

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  37. Thank you so much for this opportunity to win fabulous lodging in my favorite city in the world. All the flats would be wonderful. The Wellington looks prefect for me and my mister. Fingers crossed! Margkrenek@gmail.com - Marguerite Krenek

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  38. The Victoria, because it is perfect.....London Perfect!

    Joanna Felten jolee3333@gmail.com

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  39. I had to take a moment to breathe after looking through these and the other exquisite sites on London Perfect. My goodness! I cannot believe they allow mere mortals into these rentals! Although it was excruciatingly hard to choose a favorite, I kept going back to the Victoria. We are contemplating a move this year to another state and I am excited about many facets of the move, but mostly the fact that I get to decorate a new house. The Victoria townhouse is spot-on as to what I would choose if I could go wild. Each room was perfection to me. The kitchen actually took my breath away. To hold court behind those counters as my family or company encircles that table will, I'm sure, become a recurring dream. And, hold the phone, those red shades in the blue room? Swoon! Obviously, my interpretation will be far more "reproduction" than "original antique" but the essence of that flawlessly decorated home is what I will take from this vision and remember as I decorate my new home. Thank you, Joni, for bringing London Perfect and the Victoria to our attention. Your blog continues to enrich and expand my world!
    Maggie Garcia-Schubert
    mgs126@bellsouth.net

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  40. Oh my bittersweet chocolate! What a choice of goodies! And so different from each other! I loved the ATTLEE skylight and main living space, but the VICTORIA just breathes with English elegance. Of course, the rooftop garden and location of the DANEBURY are tough to beat - I only wish the bedrooms didn't seem so small. And getting that second bottle of wine from the ground level kitchen fridge to the rooftop garden on those ship stairs might be a bit challenging in heels! Ah, well, you have given us much to drool over in this post. I envy whoever wins this glorious giveaway. If I must choose, it would be the VICTORIA which combines great location with plenty of ljght-filled space and that glorious garden.

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    1. Oh, good lord, I got so lost in dreaming that I forgot to include my email! Poetryqn(at)optonline(dot)net.

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    2. L.M.Davies. (Honestly, sometimes I think I'd forget my head if it weren't attached....)

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  41. Joni, I love your blog and am so thrilled you are able to offer this exciting chance to win such beautiful accommodations for a trip to London. As much as I want to enter, it concerns me that some of the dodgy, creepy entities that post spam in your comments will use the publicly submitted names and email addresses of your friends here to access our emails. Is there any way to enter that will not require us to post that information? Color me paranoid, but after personally experiencing bad actors using personal information for malignant purposes I think it is wise to be cautious. I know you wouldn't want anyone rendered vulnerable by participating in your wonderful drawing!

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    1. Well, if ANONYMOUS wins, who do I notify?

      You could enter with your name and then I could say that so and so won and then you could email me.

      But I just need to know who one - as you've entered, I would move on to the next winner. An anon can't win. Don't know what to say. Enter again with your name only. Hope this helps.

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  42. Love the Victoria and it's location! Thanks Joni, what a fabulous give away!
    aemcneill@hotmail.com

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  43. I'm a big fan of the Victoria (like everyone else), it just feels like home. But I also love Cornwall, if it were a vacation for just me! :) Great giveaway, thanks Joni! Artie

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  44. I just LOVE the Victoria!!! It's so lovely and gracious, a perfect "home away from home"! Everything about it is just beautiful!

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  45. Danebury! what a fabulous post - as always! Thank you Joni! leslie featheringthenest1@gmail.com

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  46. The Victoria—just so I can sleep In the loft bedroom with the blue and white toile headboard, red lampshades surrounded by those gorgeous checks and a stripes. Perfection!

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  47. The MacDonald--red painted furniture, classic English vibe, and London's nighttime noises--we're on it! In 1986, during my first and only trip to London, I was privileged to see Phantom, Le Miz, a hilarious intimate British comedy (which the title escapes my memory) and a less known, but much beloved personal favorite 'Starlight Express'. Best week of my life!!! Ms. Webb, I would be amiss and contemptible, and undeserving of such a give-a-way if I chose not to express my gratitude for your amazing blog. Thank you! I proclaim to be a long-standing reader--not one of those 'sometime-readers' whom reside in chateaus in tiny French villages. ;-) My best to Mr. Slippersocks. I hope all is well in the beautiful metropolis of Houston. Have a wonderful summer. Carry on! With love and respect--Ron Spotts. ronspotts1535@gmail.com

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  48. The Gordon. Light, white and airy! We are empty-nesters and we only need a small space so it will be perfect.

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  49. Cornwall looks peaceful and private; that's my pick. So glad to be introduced to such a neat company, thanks for that! I'm Katherine at kjrowe@bellsouth.net

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  50. What a wonderful giveaway you are giving to us. I love both this website and the Paris Perfect one! I love the Victoria . It would be wonderful for more than one couple! I also love the Gordon for just my husband and I …Both rentals appear to be within walking distance to many sights….It was thrilling to see all that is available on the London Perfect website! Lucky winner!!!

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  51. Oh, so many wonderful choices! I choose the Wellington based solely on that master bathroom! What an exciting giveaway - thank you for your lovely post and the opportunity! jldharris@gmail.com
    Jamie Harris

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  52. I love the Victoria and would be perfect an entire family getaway. I can imagine my boys chatting it up late night on those twin beds. Great find....my husband travels to London several times a year and this would be so much better than a hotel. I'm Carla - carlaAmoss@gmail.com.

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  53. I would choose Victoria because it reminds me of my master bedroom. I did an exchange program in college and had to stay in a boarding house near Post Office tower. This would be an amazing upgrade from then. Keeping my fingers crossed. Robin robinalbaneze@gmail.com

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  54. I would love to stay at the Victoria! It would be the perfect place for a vacation. Julie Goldin- juliebishop03@gmail.com

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  55. THE VICTORIA!

    Debbie Leal
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  56. Loved them all but the Salisbury is my favorite. I can see going on a business trip with my husband to London and staying there! That would be FANTASTIC! arantza@comcast.net

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  57. Oh I loved the Cornwall! Just perfect for a getaway for a single grandma! And so close to the Royal Albert Hall just in time to make it to the Proms? Adorable. lgnetherton@yahoo.com

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  58. I have studied them all and as difficult as this decision is, my heart clings to the quiet ambiance of the Palmerston! It says SNUG and COMFORTABLE. The components of this 1 bedroom gives me the desire to book a few extra nights and make is a longer getaway! My husband & I are in for 6-7 days surely. emilie.pirrone@gmail.com if you need to reach me !

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  59. The Victoria is amazing - to be able to walk to Kensington Gardens would be a dream! hconnor@oslawnc.con - Heather Connor

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  60. My goodness, The Victoria is down the street from me. I remember when it was sold a few years ago by it's owner. If memory serves, a famous author lived there. Her equally famous husband died and as her children were all grown up she sold it and moved away. It's such a lovely street. An enchanting oasis right in the middle of Kensington. Kensington Palace is less than a minute's walk away. The street resembles a quintessential english village street straight out of an Agatha Christie's novel. It's a quiet, lovely street.

    I wondered who had bought it. And how it looked inside after all the renovations were done. It took a few years to complete. And now i know. And at the weekend, i'm going to pop round to get an in-person tour. It's absolutely gorgeous interior. As is the street outside.

    Thank you so much for this peak inside xoxo

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      There is another urban legend about why the lamp posts in Westminster have a W and the interlocking double C chanel logo. The legend is that they are a tribute by the then Duke of Westminster to his lover Coco Chanel. Only Westminster lamp posts have this. No one knows if it is true except that Coco Chanel *did* have an affair with the Duke of Westminster and was inspired by his suits to design the famous classic Chanel suit for women, but it makes me smile when walking through westminster.

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  61. Oh Joni this is absolutely fabulous! I am currently in the planning process to visit England next July to celebrate my 50th birthday. I cannot imagine staying in such wonderful luxury. It would be a dream come true. Like you the Victoria is my favorite, with it's beautiful patio garden and lovely bedrooms. But the Cornwall and Austen selections are also darling gems. To be honest it was a challenge to pick a favorite. I would be happy with any of their lovely lodgings. Thank you for introducing me to this site. My fingers and toes are tightly crossed!

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  62. Can I bring my security detail?

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  63. Can I just pick all of them? They are so lovely! If I had to pick I'd go for the Westminster. It's just the right size and excellent location!

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  64. V I C T O R I A ~ Sooo much charm & I love the outdoor spaces. I loved looking at all the other wonderful places to stay and the decorating style for each one. London would be a dream come true! dianemichelledesigns@gmail.com

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  65. So tough to choose when they're all so well curated and unique in their own rights! A Paris Perfect rental has been on my bucket list ever since you introduced me to them, and now I'm adding London Perfect to the list! I'd have to say the Victoria tugs at my heartstrings the most...and I could bring family along for the trip of a lifetime! celeste.chachere@gmail.com

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  66. Hard to decide but The Victoria it is! Love the double drawing room, the marble and the garden!! Beautiful!! Julieofleming@aim.com

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  67. Such a hard decision! The wellington is lovely.

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  68. I would choose the Victoria. So light and airy. Simply Beautiful. sandrajoanclarke@gmail

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  69. The Victoria! sandrajoanclarke@gmail.com

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  70. The "Victoria" would be my choice so I can take the whole family across the pond and have somewhere gorgeous to stay and pretend I am royalty! Why should Megan be the only American Princess!?!? :-) Catharine at catangrant@aol.com

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  71. The Victoria is so beautiful and my entire family could come with me! Theresa at chadstepke@juno.com

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  72. The Cornwall looks perfect!
    Kristen
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  73. Victoria is the most beautiful thing ever! What a dream! Jen Delaney jenniferdelaney8@gmail.com

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  74. I didn't have to look very hard----The Victoria is perfect both in decor and location. It truly is this Anglophile's dream!

    Nancy Williams
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  75. The Wellington just because of the GORGEOUS bathroom. That marble is unbelievable.
    Cindi Hurley cindihurley@earthlink.net

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  76. Anyone of them! The Victoria is brilliant!
    Karen
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  77. LOVE the Wellington.... would live in the courtyard!

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  78. They are all gorgeous. We are planning a family vacation in late spring with all my brothers and sisters and our families How fabulous to be able to stay in one of these properties! It's hard to choose just one but I did like the Eldon.
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  79. You never fail to disappoint! These rentals are ab-fab! I love them all and would die to vacay in any one of them! Too hard to choose one really. Keep up the great work! We live vicariously through your blog!

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  80. I would choose the Victoria! I was in London for my 15th anniversary and fell in love...would be thrilled to go back.

    Tracy
    tracy@nesom.com

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  81. Oh WOW!! We will be married 20 years in November and would love to celebrate in London at the darling, storybook Cornwall apartment. We fell in love the precious garden.
    Thank you for the opportunity to enter...
    Sherry
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  82. Love everything about the Victoria! The location, style, and it could accommodate my whole crew! Thanks for sharing these gorgeous homes!
    Sandy
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  83. The Victoria is perfection. Darla @ darla.stepp@yahoo.com

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  84. Love the very Englishy Victoria!
    jana rooke
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  85. The Cornwall...that patio and garden area is scrumptious!
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  86. Joani, Another AMAZING post. Thank You. I like the Victoria, too.

    STELLAR royal coverage, as always. Jane (via Jonathan)

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  87. Thanks you for another wonderful post full of beautiful photos and details. The Victoria is my favorite, so light and airy, with a beautiful garden, and I guess just my "style", but I loved seeing all the rentals. I would happily stay at any of them!

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  88. Just a short year ago (this exact week in fact) my mom, sister, nieces, daughter, and myself stayed at a Paris Perfect apartment and were in LOVE with it!! While these are all absolutely gorgeous London apartments (Those rooftop patios look amazing for enjoying a glass of bubbly at night with some special ladies, especially considering this current Texas weather!), I'd have to go with the Victoria as it appears to be the largest to accommodate bringing a few more members of our family on another memorable trip! What a beautiful way to enjoy the city of London even more! Kristy Rivero rivero.kristy@gmail.com

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  89. Joni- this is so exciting! I too love the Victoria! So gorgeous and English romantic with a touch of french!Just perfect! Thank you !!Love this post!

    Juliannbradley@gmail.com

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  90. The Gloucester absolutely, quintessentially British perfection. I can imagine having tea and overlooking the garden. Perfection.

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  91. Last year the ladies in my family stayed at a Paris Perfect apartment and it was divine. The Victoria would offer us the same amenities- gorgeous furnishings, plenty of space for us to enjoy a meal or family game together and steps away from amazing sights and shopping. After an adventurous day in London we would certainly enjoy the rooftop terrace to relax and unwind with a refreshing cocktail in hand. Cheers! Carey Stout carey.stout@bex.net

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  92. What a fantastic giveaway! To stay in anyone of these lovely homes would be amazing…but I choose the Victoria, so elegant! I am ready for my "spot of tea and biscuits please" diogenes704@gmail.com

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  93. The Danebury in the heart of Notting Hill is fabulous. Love the rooftop overlook and can envision enjoying a cup of tea in the am and a glass of bubbly in the pm. Thank you for your amazing blog and the chance to be entered in this fantastic giveaway! bette.daw@cox.net

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  94. Ooooh, do I have to decide?!? I would say The Salisbury - it is classic London that I know. But they are all FABULOUS!! Thank you for the Giveaway. If I win, y'all can all come stay with me! :) Best of luck, Y'all! Olive ogaines830@gmail.com

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  95. Ellie ChristopherJune 6, 2018 at 9:46 AM

    The Gordon for sure!!! I'm a young single girl, and if I lived in London this is what a dream would look like to me. My own little London version of Sex in the City! I've never been to London before, and this seems like a fabulous way to see what real life could look like. I've been itching to get over to London!!! Crossing my fingers!!! eleanorc87@gmail.com!!!

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  96. I love the Portland. Why? I love the outdoor space. I don't know that I'd be hanging out that much in an outdoor space while there's so much to do in London, but who wouldn't want to have their morning coffee out there? sborne705@outlook.com

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  97. What a fantastic opportunity! I loved all of the properties on their website, but The Victoria has to be my absolute favorite. The entire house looks like it's jumped out of a magazine. The interiors are amazing, not to mention the staircase and their color scheme. I especially liked the headboards in every room.
    Going off to search their Paris properties too!

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  98. What a wonderful post and giveaway! I would have to pick 'Victoria' the furnishing are gorgeous and the size is perfect for a family vacation.
    S. Hoover bshoov@msn.com
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  99. The Salisbury is th sweetest, most romantic place to celebrate our 35th wedding anniversary! I can already see us sipping champagne on the little balcony overlooking the street! Can’t wait to be there!
    Patty Padlick
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  100. What a wonderful giveaway! A wonderful piece of London in each apartment. It was a hard choice, but I would choose the Austen. I love the lighting, the breakfast nook, and overall vibe. Thanks!

    Tina Lathrom
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  101. Great giveaway! And what a beautiful website. Love all of the offerings but especially those for smaller groups of travelers. Russell or Gladstone. Thanks!

    Brooke Graubart
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  103. Well, not sure if my first comment went through, so please don’t think I’m trying to enter twice. I was saying that this was exciting news as I’ve always admired the Paris Perfect apartments and how innovative the renovations were! After looking at all the properties and admitting the Victorian would be lovely, the Cornwall’s garden drew me in and that’s what I would choose. It was beautiful!! Thanks so much for this great post Joni!!
    Kim Mawhiney
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  104. The Victoria by far! What a lovely setting, peaceful with everything you would need close by! Good luck everyone!

    Michelle Ross
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  105. I love the garden/patio of the "Cornwall"! Thanks, Sarah
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  106. The Danbury! Close to Portobello Road for daytime and enjoy its terrace at night!
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  107. I would select the Victoria as I would be able to bring my whole family with me! There's one MAJOR downside to ALL these AMAZING homes....they are so fabulous one might be tempted to stay at home! Just kidding (sort of). London holds a special place in our family's heart -- our son & his wife lived in South Kensington for a couple of years and when they returned to the USA, they were expecting our first grandchild! :) We always loved visiting London and it would be fantastic to return. SO much to do!! Thanks so much Joni. lesliehurst(at)comcast.net

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  108. Love the Gordon! It's beautifully decorated... very bright and airy. Thanks for introducing me to this website!
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  109. I’d choose Leicester, a 1-bedroom in Notting Hill, with WiFi and close to the Tube!

    Megannashville@yahoo.com

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  110. The floor to ceiling windows of the Salisbury letting in lots of English daylight. Lovely.
    Katie Bell
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  111. The VICTORIA! So perfectly "English"!!! Camille Moore, Camille@CamilleMoore.com

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  112. I love the Victoria. The furnishings, the garden and the location are perfect!
    Susan Williams
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  113. I LOVE the Nottinghill. The outdoor conservatory is so English.
    Diane Furlow
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  114. Victoria! for the gardens and locale.
    Gail Morris
    gimbloom@gmail.com

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  115. The Danbury!
    Laura McCoy
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  116. Elizabeth DuncanJune 7, 2018 at 10:33 AM

    Love the Victoria-the outside dining and skylights are fantastic !!!

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  117. Elizabeth DuncanJune 7, 2018 at 10:37 AM

    Oops meant to add Elizabeth Duncan landdduncan@verizon.net- love the skylights in the VICTORIA

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  118. I love the Middleton- it looks fresh and sweet but its location is fabulous, in the middle of the museum district and close to Kensington Palace (the Orangery is the best spot in London to have tea!).
    Thanks Joni!
    Royal Hats Blog
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  119. There are so many to choose from, I had a hard time narrowing it down! I loved the Eldon and the Walton. But I think the Victoria with that kitchen kind of stole my heart! And then I could bring the whole family and share my favorite city with them! And I agree with Royal Hats Blog....tea at the Orangery is amazing!

    Thank you so much for the chance!
    Wendy
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  120. How wonderful it would be to stay in the Victoria property. I lived in London for an extended period of time in the 90"s. This property is so exquisitely decorated and updated for the modern London lifestyle. The kitchen and entertaining areas are a must see.
    Linda Dugan
    LDugan93@gmail.com

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  121. The Victoria---I could find a couple or two to join us. Mr. B. and I love London!
    klbunch@gmail.com
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  122. What a great giveaway! I'd choose The MacDonald! Perfect location!
    Paula
    townandcountrymom@gmail.com

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  123. Oh my, I'm torn between The Victoria for it's lovely decor and The Middleton for it's fabulous location. Either would be perfectly fine. What a treat for your loyal followers!!
    Best,
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  124. So many great choices but I love the Victoria because it is so classic and truly feels like a home- such a great neighborhood too! Connor conart98@gmail.com

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  126. I'd love to stay ANYWHERE in London, and all of these are fabulous. Still, I think I'd be most at home in the MacDonald or the Danebury. Cheers!
    Paula Lowery
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  127. Cornwall !! No question. With all that girlie decor ?! And with 3 close West U friends of mine who have helped me (more than they know) as a full-time working mum get my 2 children through school here and off into university over the last 15 years. It wasn't until I saw this apartment that I realised how I can show them how much I treasure them. Have you seen 'Absolutely Fabulous' ? That'll be us !!!!! Julie Rae ... theraefamily@hotmail.com

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  128. Loved the Victoria and Middleton! Have children studying in UK next year and would love a weekend in London together! Leigh Allard landgallard(at) yahoo .com

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  129. All so lovely! I like the Victoria. Thanks for sharing about this! Julie L.
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  130. Love the Gloucester! Great combination of vintage and contemporary eclecticism. The location is perfect for walking to prime attractions! Lovely street views too.

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  131. Love the Cornwall with that darling courtyard and fun red colors. Great location and looks so cheery! Thanks for the great giveaway! Debbie Cardwell, equinutt@aol.com

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  132. I'm loving the Rosebery...the wonderful Kensington location (might need to pop over and visit Harry, Meghan, William, and Kate, you know!), the wood plank floors, the neutral-toned, texture-filled decor, the collection of beautifully bound books in the living room, the sleek and spacious kitchen, the cozy terrace, and if I LIVED there, all the built-in storage in the bedroom! How soon can I go? ;)
    Pam Milam
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  133. I love the Walton for the adorable painted exteriors - what amazing pics I could take of my 15 year old! Ronim Haidacher robinita70@yahoo.com

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  134. The Danebury! I want to stay there! The interiors are simply beautiful with clean lines and the perfect mixture of textures and colors.

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  135. Inspiring post! I would choose the Victoria with its beautiful natural light and French influence. The bedroom under the eaves *is* the best! Lindsay Woodruff. lindswood1@gmail.com

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  136. Janet Morein WoodJune 9, 2018 at 10:19 AM

    What a wonderful giveaway! Thanks Joni and London Perfect! Hands down, I would choose the Victoria. And, with a specific purpose. I've been thinking about where I would celebrate my 60th birthday. I could think of no better place than London, celebrating with some of my best girlfriends. The Victoria would be perfection. Fingers crossed...Janet Wood jmoreinwood@gmail.com

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  137. I would pick the Victoria for me and my girls. The location would be a wonderful home base for their first time exploring London, but....the blue toile headboard won me over!! Thank you for sharing. Will check out the Paris site as well. Thank you for sharing. Ann Mennel annmennel@gmail.com.

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  138. What an amazing giveaway! Such beautiful homes. I adore the Victoria, but think I would never leave to sight see:) The Salisbury looks cozy and beautiful, so that would be my choice! Thank you both for the giveaway! Hope you are well Joni! xxojoan

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  139. Wow, I would choose the THE QUEENSGATE STUDIO LOFT because it is the least expensive. I have never been to london before but many of my ancestors hail from England. Thanks for your excellent blog. Trudi trudlebug3@gmail.com

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  141. Love the Victoria's Drawing Room and the history of the building. Thank you for sharing London Perfect wih us. Melissa mstamatiades@parsecfinancial.com

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  142. Love the Victoria and Wellington! annacave@gmail.com

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  143. Not original, but the Victoria, for sure! Those floors are dreamy! Thanks...Ana benitana@gmail.com

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  144. I love the Victoria best
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  145. This is a wonderful giveaway! I would love to stay in the Victoria with my entire family or in the Cornwall with my husband. He travels to London regularly and it would be wonderful to join him and make it into a vacation!
    Commenting from my husband’s google account- Erin Polderman
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  146. Oh Joni....how timely is this post. we are just considering a trip to England and were trying to decide if we should spend our time in London....or tour the countryside and see castles and manor homes.....this might just push up to London. I could move into the Churchill and live happily ever after....but would pick the Middleton for a stay as it would fit us and our two teens and be so close to Kensington and the museums.... my fingers and toes are crossed to win this one for sure (none the less....thanks for this resource!). Andrea AndeM1@hotmail.com

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  147. I love The Danebury because of the amazing modern interior and the rooftop deck!! I’ve never been to London, but I am obsessed with all things royal and would love to go! My email is heather@young-advertising.com

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  148. The Salisbury! Those French windows! Boxwood! Kit McCullough kitmcc@umich.edu

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  149. I would choose the Salisbury because enjoying a good cup of coffee, on that table, on that balcony, overlooking that street in South Kensington is unbeatable.

    Best,

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  150. Who wouldn’t be dreaming of a trip to London after pouring through the options. In the end I selected The Cornwall for it’s cozy layout. Romantic and charming for a couple. The reviews were wonderful. This was fun.
    Leisha
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  151. Hi Joni, what an amazing giveaway! My favorite have to be the Cornwall!! The patio dining area is a dream, especially for London where outdoor spaces are harder to find. I am planning a trip to England with my parents for their first visit late this summer, so I am keeping my fingers crossed! Thanks! Karen Karen.Adcock01@gmail.com

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  152. Wow! They are all beautiful!! It is so hard to decide, but I think it is a toss up between the Austen and the Cavendish. I just love the bold use of color in both of these, but yet they still have a traditional feel.

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  153. Have till 11:59 in what time zone?

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  154. I love the Danbury as well;afteralll it does have a conservatory something we don't see much of here in the states! Thank you Joni for another great giveaway.
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  155. Tough choices!!! They are all wonderful, but the Victoria is about as perfect as anyone could ever get, I just would never come home!!! Thanks

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  156. Hi Joni, What a fabulous giveaway! I looked through al the wonderful listings and know I would love any of these rentals. They are all amazing, but really fell in love with the Victoria! Everything looked perfect! and loved the kitchen/den area with all the light and the cute French touches. Also, loved the charming bedrooms and bathrooms!!! My e-mail is anne.storey.jones@gmail.com. Many thanks from one of your Kentucky followers!! Anne

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