Although many decor accessories and furnishings know no season, particular colors, textures, and patterns do in fact typify a particular season. There’s something so fall about a wild turkey illustration, antique copper water cooler, and a rustic painted hoop back bench chair inspired by an 18th century Hickory original design.
The Delia 8-Light foyer pendant in bronze and the Currey & Company Beesthorpe Lantern in golden Pyrite Bronze-finished wrought iron possess the qualities of well designed jewelry- fashionable, brilliant, and graceful.
Inspiration is everywhere, and the architecture of the Louisiana low-country serves the architectural detailing of this William T. Baker designed home. Seeing as I have a strong affinity for Louisiana architecture and herringbone brick floors, this image immediately caught my eye and my heart.
High drama with a modern aesthetic captures the rustic glamour of an old barn moved from Canada to Connecticut. New York-based architect Russell Groves updated all mechanical, electrical and data systems.
Featured in Style at Home, the structure was sound and left untouched. Bringing the inside to the modern standards to reflect the tastes of the homeowner’s lifestyle is a natural fit of like minds.
Contemporary seating , accessories, and art accentuates the wood ceiling and beams without distracting the focus of the decor.
A Shaker bed was ebonized in order to give more of a modern edge to the space.
The lines of the storage cabinetry are sleek and open shelving done in ebony offers a modern functionality.
The Victorian home of India Knight inspires the lived in, loved in look. Souvenirs from world travels, modern fixtures, and eclectic color palettes reflect the personality of the home.
The living room is family central and the true Victorian features, gorgeous floor-to-ceiling windows and heavy crown molding, are not lost.
India makes a bold and beautiful statement with her bathroom decor.
The larger than life blind is printed with an image of Marilyn Monroe.