While this piece is extremely project-specific, I love the geometric quality and emerald green (color of the year!). It is very Kelly Wearstler-esque. And anything marked with gold is always better.
This mirror caught my eye for its creativity and adaptation of the ever-popular, yet occasionally oversaturated Sunburst Mirror. It’s a comical adaptation and reminded me of the summer houses up at The Lake. The white color makes it adult enough for the entryway but it could also be a fun addition to a boys room when painted in bright colors.
The twig table (shown above) has been on my “want” list for years and at $150, it’s a steal. Due to current lack of necessity, I resisted from hitting “add to cart,” but it wasn’t easy. Thank goodness for flash sale websites like One Kings Lane, making once out-of-reach pieces, more in-reach. You have to be quick and you must be confident, but when you score a steal that’s meant to be, there’s no better feeling. Shop the site here.
I’m of the mindset that your interior affects your mood. When your home is well designed, it can create a sense of completion and satisfaction. A serene, muted home can be calming while a colorful, engaging home can be energizing. These soft interiors are just what I need.
Where do I even begin? The floor, the petit settee, the chevon pillow, the powder blue inlay box… pure beauty.
The french daybed, the french doors, the gilded mirror… french design at its finest.
The architectural creativity that went into these stairs is so amazing. I would expect nothing less of Susan Ferrier of McAlpine Booth & Ferrier. The way the firm plays with natural wood elements, soft furnishings and serene accessories, their portfolio is filled with enviable interiors. See more from this project here.
Love this rom by Darryl Carter. He can create an amazing thing with just white walls, bare floors and truly beautiful antiques. Sometimes the staging for photography can seem a bit impractical, such as this chair that faces the bed, but when you imagine bedtime stories being read late into the hours of the night, it all seems to make sense.
See more of Darryl’s work here.
Chiara from The Blonde Salad has a life to be envious of… but that blazer… I would literally give all of my favorite possessions to own that blazer.
See the blazer by Atelier Azza in orange.
and blinged out. Worn by the designer herself!
To see more of her line, click here.
Great ottomans via Live. Like. You.
Pale grey walls – via Swank Lighting
I love the intaglios display – via French Madame
Elegant headboard and bed sheets – via French Madame
This grey color is the perfect shade to display the art – via
Grey stripes – via Nathalie Vingot Mei
I learned from the best – via Charles Spada
How amazing are these?
I was never a tiger/animal print person before but after being inspired by these few things while at Charles Spada, I think I’m converted:
Charles’s home in Normandy
Charles’s home in Milton
Designed by Charles Spada
18th century Louis XV antique upholstered in Loro Piana Safari
I want to take these home with me