A boy and a girl from the wealthiest families fall in love and decide to start a family. James and Nicky Hilton Rothschild´s home is a sophisticated and child-friendly penthouse in New York City.
The couple met in 2001 in Rome, when James was living in London meanwhile Nicky was in Los Angeles. The two of them decided to get married in 2015 and got their house halfway to London and Los Angeles in New York.
As 7 years go by, and baby number three is on the way, the couple bought their family home in NoHo, a perfect New York penthouse for the family.
James and Nicky Hilton Rothschild´s have two cats named Mac and Cheese. The couple is expecting their third child in the summer of 2022.
Nicky Hilton is the younger sister of Paris Hilton and the successor of the multinational hospitality company Hilton Resorts & Hotel. Her husband is one of the successors of the biggest name in banking.
Therefore, they took control of the renovation of their house. While James was in charge of the design process thanks to his interior design knowledge. Nicky added her feminine touch all around the penthouse.
JAMES AND NICKY HILTON ROTHSCHILD´S SOPHISTICATED NY PENTHOUSE
Before the wedding and moving to NY, James sold his family Suffolk house and took some of the accessories. Such as an antique marble mantelpiece; pair of chairs used at the 1902 coronation of King Edward VII, as other chairs and some accessories from his father’s collection.
Nicky Hilton’s husband brought England accessories and brought the English style to their homes. He decorated the house with warm colors, sofas, and other accessories with classic fabrics, upholstery; cushion, and curtains with vintage patterns.
In James Rothschild and Nicky Hilton Rothschild’s penthouse, the drawing-room is the most important space in the house. The room has a dining area and an open kitchen. There are oak bookshelves beside the fireplace and an Elliot Puckett painting on the other wall.
Despite the uncommon accessories, nothing is more precious for the couple than the freedom and comfort of their children.
Credits: Architectural Digest