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Words cannot describe......

how much I love this house! Greg Natale has done it again. Bold, glamorous and oozing attitude this 1940s family home was renovated and furnished by Greg and his team and is the latest project featured on his inspiring website. It's a sophisticated mix of traditional pieces, design classics, lush colour and pattern, lots of glorious glam pattern. Thanks for the pictures Greg!

Reader Comments (7)

This house is gorgeous! Nice mix of chic and modern. Love it!

16 May 2007 | Unregistered Commenterdanielle

When I first saw these photos I started to feel a little faint. They are so absolutely gorgeous. I would give my right arm for any of these rooms. That black room is just so perfect...and the hallway below it - I'll take the light fixture (I'll give my left arm for it), the mirror (GASP)...that bed...oh.....mah....GAWD....

16 May 2007 | Unregistered Commenterkim.

I think this is your doing, Kim and Jo. Lately I've been drawn to carved, upholstered beds. I'm not sure the name exactly (Louis-style?), but it's exactly what you pictured. I didn't expect this from myself at all, but the loveliness is undeniable.

I found one daybed that I adore:
Now I just need to come up with $1800 dollars...

16 May 2007 | Unregistered Commenterraabia

He's quite talented! The rooms are sophisticated, but also serene. Love it!

16 May 2007 | Unregistered CommenterThe Peak of Chic

again the black walls make a welcome appearance. I am flummoxed when I see it executed so elegantly. The bust, the mod art, the zebra rug and mid-century modern seating. Fabulous!

16 May 2007 | Unregistered Commenterfranki durbin

oh lord that is one of my favorite chandeliers ever

16 May 2007 | Unregistered CommenterJaime

That dining room is perfect. Murano glass chandelier, Saarinen table, Eames chairs, great rug and Tang Dynasty horse on cinnabar lacquer chest.

17 May 2007 | Unregistered Commenterdesignsnob

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