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Meyer Davis Studio, based in New York City, creates such overwhelmingly beautiful spaces that this is an encore post. (Jo blogged about this firm back in '07). I am completely smitten with the colour scheme first 4 photos - so fresh and modern.
I really love the first + last shots. They're all beautiful, but those two really stand out. And who wouldn't want to squeeze in between those pillows with a book? :)
I love, love the last shot. All the pics are beautiful but recentely I've been coveting outdoor spaces.
this post reinforced my love for dark hardwood floors.
whew! where do i start. from the color palette throughout the spaces to that outdoor fire place, to the enclosed staircase curving and spiraling towards the next floor. this is the first space i've seen in a while that i feel as if i could move right in. wish that where true :)!
<p>I love the pink entry way too, and the gorgeous patio!</p>
Second last photo: the person in the rocking chair kept looking up from their book, so distracted by all the beauty around them. Overcome, they placed the book down and ran barefoot through the grass toward the valley. :)
I absolutely love the green/freshness of those sofas in the second from top photo too.So delicious.Thanks for these.
The terrace in the second last picture is one of the most gorgeous places I've ever seen. Would it even be possible to leave it once you sit down?
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