Friday, January 20, 2017
Thursday, January 19, 2017
|One Kings Lane|
including the chairs, pillows, lamps, art, side tables, chests, and roman shades.
I do love the color palette - pink and green, the soft blue/gray walls, the green Chinese chests, the pop of the red Chinese gourd lamps, and the roman shades banded in navy blue.
Symmetry can make a room look more formal and finished, but are there too many pairs? What do you think?
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
|Chloe Warner - One Kings Lane|
Clarence House Flowering Quince has been a long time favorite of mine. How many of you remember it featured in Domino in the home of Paul Costello and Sara Ruffin Costello? As you see, it comes in wallpaper and fabric, and is a wonderful choice for the Chinoiserie bedroom.
|Paul and Sara Ruffin Costello - Domino|
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
This is a perfect vignette by Bunny Williams. Let's deconstruct some of its elements -
*Robin's egg blue walls
*An antique black and gold Chinese chest
*Blue and white Chinese porcelain
*A lovely little chair in pink and cream striped silk taffeta
*An eclectic piece of art
*A fabulous mirror
*A casual rug
*My favorite color palette of pink, blue, black, and gold