A designer’s home

Posted on Mon, 26 Sep 2016 by midcenturyjo

I love to see how designers live, how they interpret their design manifesto in their personal spaces. Atlanta-based Jayme Armour has filled her small bungalow with colour, pattern and texture, layer upon layer creating a dramatic yet comfortable cocoon. Personality and playfulness aplenty with bold colours and a mix of high end and found. Yet with all this exuberance the rooms are balanced and considered.

Photography by Sarah Dorio

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Blanders says:

The Hall of Karate-Chopped Pillows is kinda creepy. It's like that scene from Hitchcock's 'The Birds', only with soft furnishings.

laura says:

An armada of cushions

Jared Hayden says:

X-treme KCP!

Donna says:

My eyes went right passed the pillows and onto that mirror and the awesome Roman blinds.
I love these rooms!

ohHolland says:

Fourth to chime in in with: the karate-chopped pillows … Yow. Tripling down on a 90s trend. Not a good look at all.

xavier says:

Beautiful house. Love it 🙂

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