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Monday
Aug032015

Yes still French

I'm still French in my dreams. I'm still living in a fabulously chic French apartment. Faded grandeur, flea market finds, an easy Parisian glamour. Yes still French. Apartment in the historic Place des Vosges by Marianne Tiegen.

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Monday
Jul272015

A 60's Malibu inspired home

Debbie Baxter of Texas-based Baxter Design Group was responsible for the decor in this beautiful new construction home. She calls it Malibu inspired but I see much more mid-century modern going on here. Whatever you want to call it, the organic colour scheme keeps the decor timeless and easy-going, and the home is cozy and looks perfect for entertaining. I will be out lounging by the pool if you are looking for me. ;)

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Thursday
Jun252015

Serene

Quiet probably the most serene guest room I have ever seen. Yes I know it may not be practical. It is, after all, a room from a showhouse but it is beautiful. I can imagine it as a day room for lounging or reading, taking a coffee, reclining opposite a confident guiltily sharing tasty tidbits of gossip in hushed tones. Just tuck the bedlinen away in that lovely lacquer cabinet. Lake Forest Showhouse Guest Suite byMichael Del Piero.

Thursday
Jun252015

The mix

An elegant simplicity. A carefully restrained palette. The joy of a treasured object whether a pencil sketch, a fragment of fabric, a book. New married with ancient, sumptuous with well worn. A selection of interiors by Michael Del Piero. The mix has never been so beautiful.

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Thursday
Feb052015

Soothing in neutrals

I had to share another space created by The New Design Project because I adore neutral spaces that have some spunk and are not the least bit dull. This New York rental apartment is anything but dull. It has tons of personality through quirky art and furnishings despite having a very limited colour palette. This is fantastic! (More details here, photos by Alan Gastelum)

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