David Mlinaric

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David Mlinaric CBE (born 12 March 1939) is a British interior decorator of Slovenian descent.

His work ranges from commissions for private clients including Lord Rothschild and Mick Jagger to public galleries and museums – the National Gallery, London, the National Portrait Gallery, London and Victoria and Albert museum among them – as well as many buildings belonging to the National Trust. He has designed or decorated interiors from all over the world, including the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, houses and flats in England, Ireland and the United States, Italy, Corfu, and Mustique, and the British Embassies in Washington and Paris.


Mlinaric was married in 1969 to Martha Laycock, daughter of Major General Sir Robert Laycock. By his wife he has had two daughters and one son.


  1. Jessica Rose Mlinaric (b. 21 December 1970), married Damian Jaques
  2. Frances Josepha Octavia Mlinaric (b. 18 October 1972), married Andrew Penn
  3. Nicholas Maximilian Mlinaric (b. 17 July 1977), married Rewa O'neill


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