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Yummy like JAM

Smooth like chocolate. Refreshing like sorbet. Yummy like JAM. Jeffrey Alan Marks. It's traditional with a twist. Refined with quirky. Curated and at times a little kookie. I mean a boat on the bedroom ceiling. Cool! Love the first few rooms. LOVE.





Reader Comments (11)

really loving the desk and wallpaper...

6 May 2011 | Unregistered Commentercabbagerose

Not only are there some great design ideas: the back to back vanities with double-sided mirror and the drab green-grey walls in the restaurant mixed with that mustard colored leather banquette. But, the photography is excellent! I love the use of ambient light in the Elle Decor shots and the short depth of field in the 2nd and 3rd shot.

6 May 2011 | Unregistered CommenterTPWP Guide

love the elegance and refined glamour of the first few rooms and the crisp coolness of the next few..and that boat on the ceiling..striking but i couldn't possible sleep with that dangling on my head!! thanks for sharing, jo..i invite you to check out my daughter's room on my blog! xx meenal

Awesome! Stunning! Loved every bit!

6 May 2011 | Unregistered CommenterLuis

so talented! amazing!!

The boat above the beds is a very fun detail. I also love the hand-holding sconces.

6 May 2011 | Unregistered Commenterhomestilo

I'm taking the room with the corner window, ok?

6 May 2011 | Unregistered CommenterRelatable Style

I was drawn to the color and size of the sofa in first photo...very welcoming! And the hands-holding sconces caught my eye right away...I have found some lovely ones in France.

Like how rustic elements are incorporated in a traditional setting.

Those hands; fabulous!

6 May 2011 | Unregistered CommenterGiselle

I love the low-overhead room treated as if it were ordinary space - that's a bit brilliant, actually, and can be carried over into a real-life situation. Which is what I tend to fixate on while looking at marvelous, expensive rooms overlooking priceless vistas. Which I'll never either set foot in or be allowed to re-do!

9 May 2011 | Unregistered Commenteroregonbird

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