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A Monte Carlo House by Timothy Whealon

Thanks to an artful edit by designer Timothy Whealon, a Monte Carlo house affords a moment of calm amid the city’s glittering high-rise towers.
  • Erin Donnelly

    Monte Carlo House + Windows!

  • Cynthia Nyross

    Monte Carlo House- love the glass room

  • Lenore Ricks

    Designer Timothy Whealon delivered a dose of understated glamour to Villa Nocturne, a Belle Époque mansion in Monte Carlo. A very personal home, with unexpected details. Dreams, Sunrooms, The Cities, Monte Carlo, House, Cities Gardens, Architecture Digest, Design, Sun Room

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