Jermaine Gallacher Takes Over the National Trust’s Rainham Hall

London’s coolest design dealer Jermaine Gallacher has just taken over Rainham Hall, a beautiful Georgian building in the London borough of Havering, built in 1729 and owned by the National Trust since 1949. For one weekend only, Gallacher has transformed the house, creating three interior spaces inspired by Condé Nast photographer Anthony Denney who lived there during the 1960s. He’s filled it with furniture and pieces of design from fellow dealers including The Peanut Vendor, Abel Sloane, Lawrence Prentice, and bentply, as well as a wall installation by Christopher Page, a fabulous lamp by Ksenia Pedan, a striking metallic daybed by Rosie Oliver and floral displays by Minoux Flowers. A great option if you’re looking for some good things to do this weekend.

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