Ambrice Miller Husband Celebrates Heritage in Her Suffolk Home

Ambrice Miller-Husband is co-founder of Relic Interiors – an antique and art dealer business – and has an incredible eye for selecting exquisite pieces to fill her Suffolk home with. When it came to celebrating heritage, Ambrice knew exactly where she needed to turn – the welcoming Georgian property used previously by Malt Master William Woodbridge has now been transformed into an incredible place for Ambrice, her English fiance Ben Joyce, and their son Theo to reside.

Ambrice and her family have transformed every space within their home to reflect their cultural roots. Ambrice marries her African-American roots with her English-Welsh husband’s passion for collecting and traditional design, creating beautiful yet expressive rooms which reflect their family dynamic.

Ambrice transformed the kitchen, by sanding and painting cabinets, refinishing floors, replacing fixtures, designing whimsical ‘Bobbin’ chairs for dining room seating which pair beautifully with Ramadhan Hamis hyperrealist paintings as well as two Persian rugs – plus installing a Lacanche range cooker which can cook an entire turkey within two hours!

Ambrice and her son spend much of their free time outside, tending to their garden where they grow their own vegetables, fruit and wildflowers, as well as keeping chickens and bees to help provide them with a balanced diet throughout the year.

Prior to moving to the UK in 2021, Ambrice worked for BlackRock as both Securities Lending Product Manager and US Head of ETF Investment Strategy. Prior to that role at BlackRock, she served as Project Management Associate at Bank of America in Charlotte North Carolina – leading global records and information management projects across 26 EMEA countries to comply with FSA/OCC regulations on information management projects.

Ambrice began her professional life before entering the finance industry by earning her Bachelor’s Degree from Davidson College in North Carolina, majoring in Visual Arts and being awarded with the Romare Bearden Scholarship. Her artwork explores themes related to religion and humanity based on personal beliefs and experience.

Ambrice has built up an illustrious antique and art business while hosting multiple television shows like Murder Ballads: How to Make it in Rock ‘n’ Roll (2023) and Salvage Hunters (2011), and she will appear on a brand-new series called Spymasters due for premiere in 2024. When not filming, Ambrice enjoys hiking, cycling, swimming, kayaking and visiting museums while visiting historic sites in her area such as National Trust sites; heritage architecture fascinates them; most importantly though is spending quality time with family – an endeavor they cherish deeply!

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