To start the new year here are a few of my new favorites.
First up I love the pairing of elegant modern furnishings with an elegant traditional setting. Truly beautiful.
The curvaceous lines of the modern sofa, table and chair look perfectly at home with the curves and scrolls detailing the period architecture.
The Monteleone mirror from Currey and Company is not a new design but is a new favorite of mine. The Monteleone will soon be hanging in a client's entry.The classic Adolpho cocktail table looks great just about anywhere.
The Bertolla console is a perfect media cabinet.
The London end table exudes good taste.
Fresh clean lines and a luminous white finish highlight the Malibu chest.
Furniture pieces are from Motif Designs.
Sensuous curves, the Paris end table...
A toile fabric has been a favorite of mine for a long time. My new favorite use of toile is to use it in a non traditional design. Toile patterns from Quadrille.
A toile in a more modern design brings an added layer of interest and richness.
Beautiful, clean and classic.
This bedding is amazing. The luscious, soft velvet seems to float over the bed.
Architectural renderings as art work.
Another favorite, interior spaces that multi task; a breakfast area, reading nook, home office. It all works.
A home office that is organized and clutter free, if only...
My new favorite color palette; shades of gray,cream, soft turquoise, green and cerise.
What are your new favorites for the new year?
Labels: architecture, bedding.fabrics, furniture, toile, traditional design