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Sienna Miller Lists Her London Home For Less

Sienna Miller has put her 2,095-square-feet, two-bedroom, three-bath home in St. John's Wood, London, on the market for $1.6 million — about $750,000 less than she paid for it in 2007. The digs are as bohemian as her wardrobe, with a mix of furnishings both traditional and modern, industrial and rustic. Architecturally, it's an unusual space, with a striking, curved staircase running between the ground floor reception room and kitchen and the first floor, which holds a bedroom, mezzanine, and office area. In the basement, or lower ground floor, there's a beautiful tiled lounge/entertaining area with a Turkish bath and sauna à la my beloved Moroccan style. And you'll see Moroccan lanterns elsewhere in her home as well. It seems like a great house, and I don't have any major complaints about the décor, but I would have expected more from this purveyor of cool. Take a look at photos and tell me what you think when you

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Koo-Tour Koo-Tour 6 years
LOVE this style. Was thinking of decorating a new room like this, with a bit more of a wood-sey feel to it. Antlers + faux flowers are a must!!
Kimpossible Kimpossible 6 years
The Turkish Bath is amazing. My other favorite things in the home are the Moroccan lamps, the mirror above the fireplace, the fireplace itself, and her dining table. I think the home has good "bones" with alot of potential.
dm8bri dm8bri 6 years
I love the turkish bath thing. it's weird, but I love it.
c4rolin3 c4rolin3 6 years
completely agree with you pinkpeony. love the living area- stairs and bookcase and the table area.though the bathroom would be the wow factor for some people i think it looks a bit cheap and tacky by being 'themed'!! it's just not me.
c4rolin3 c4rolin3 6 years
completely agree with you pinkpeony. love the living area- stairs and bookcase and the table area. though the bathroom would be the wow factor for some people i think it looks a bit cheap and tacky by being 'themed'!! it's just not me.
pinkpeonygirl pinkpeonygirl 6 years
I really like it, especially the bookshelves and staircase. The bathroom is special but I am not into rusty red for walls, or anything for that matter.
ms660bk ms660bk 6 years
what! that's such a deal.
ms660bk ms660bk 6 years
what! that's such a deal.
JenDeck711 JenDeck711 6 years
I totally expected more from her too. It just feels a bit incomplete to me. I would love to see some vintage mixed in with the Moroccan, and definitely more color and textiles to break up all the white.
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