English Idyll

India Hicks AD

India Hicks is well known for her breezy island style. After all, she and husband David Flint Wood have lived in Harbor Island in the Bahamas for twenty years, raising their children there. Frequent trips across the Atlantic to their natal England eventually ignited the desire for a place of their own in Oxfordshire near India’s mother, Lady Pamela Hicks’ country home. David and India told their architect that they essentially wanted to live in a Merchant Ivory film and set out to design a beautiful, white stucco house that is as idyllic as can be. The result is as they describe it, a cross between a “Danish farmhouse and a Georgian rectory”. The home is featured in the June issue of Architectural Digest and was photographed by Miguel Flores Vianna who truly captured the charm of this lovely home and family.

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{Photography by Miguel Flores Vianna for Architectural Digest}

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