Step into the London abode of Vanessa Boz, an embodiment of her worldly adventures as the visionary behind BozAround Private Travel, curating bespoke family journeys steeped in style and purpose.
From subtle touches to bold transformations, this project was a canvas for reinvention. In the living room, existing joinery gained new life with a touch of paint, whilst the entire kitchen was relocated to the first floor, the heart of the home, to maximise the play of natural light.
Rooms are adorned with textiles from distant lands and pieces from our own collection – an antique Anatolian tent divider, Turkish Kilims, and vintage Indian kantha cloth weave narratives from diverse corners of the world.
Salvaged materials each bear their own story… pine boards, once used for maturing cheese, now clad the games room, while vintage cigar moulds give tactility to the kitchen joinery. A standout reclaimed piece—a bespoke bathroom washstand hewn from the house’s old copper roof—takes centre stage in the bathroom.
This project stands as an ode to heritage, travel, and the art of storytelling—a space where salvaged treasures and personal narratives intertwine to craft a tapestry of home.
Photography by Michael Sinclair