Friday, September 3, 2021

Les Indiennes Multicolor

Meg Braff Designs - Flower Magazine


Such beautiful colors in this library by Meg Braff. The patterned fabric is a favorite of mine - Quadrille's Les Indiennes Multicolor. Notice in this room the Chinese Chippendale chair, blue and white Chinese porcelain, and Chinese lamp. I think this fabric works beautifully with chinoiserie.



Meg Braff Designs - Flower Magazine

Here are some other wonderful examples in its many colorways. Note the many rooms that combine chinoiserie with this stunning fabric. My personal preference is using it on chairs, pillows, and roman shades as I am not the biggest fan of patterned sofas and curtains.


Phillip Thomas - House Beautiful


Ashley Whittaker - Coastal Living


Mario Buatta - Architectural Digest


Colorways


Sarah Bartholomew


Kevin Isbell Interiors


McCann Design Group


Sarah Vaile Design


Brittany Bromley Interiors


Brittany Bromley Interiors


Amanda Lindroth


Stubbs & Wootton Palm Beach


Meg Braff

Have a favorite?





19 comments:

  1. Meg Braff & Amanda Lindroth. Delicious.

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  2. That first Meg Braff room is simply divine!

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  3. My favorite is the Meg Braff library, although I would add a few more touches of black. I always feel that a room is too "float-y" if it's not grounded in black.

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    1. I agree about the black - the coffee table and/or Chinese Chippendale chair would be great in black.

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  4. First Meg Braff, McCann Group, Kevin Isbell.

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  5. The bottom Meg is my favorite- the black makes all the difference!

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  6. Beautiful rooms and beautiful fabric! It looks great in all colorways!

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  7. Al Spok, I Love all the Rooms ! Thanks for sending the Photos !!

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  8. I'm in love with that first room as shown in the second photograph!

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  9. Mario Buatta. How I miss him and his dreamy designs, and his sometime potty mouth. More is more.

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    1. There is nobody like him. He was my inspiration for many years and many homes.

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  10. Such pretty, colorful spaces I'd love to visit or live in permanently! So tired am I of the stark all-white, light gray, or 'Serena & Lily" look that's so predominant today. There's nothing like color, pattern, and chinoiserie to excite and satisfy the senses.

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