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Friday
Jan202017

Classic beauty

I am really starting to admire spaces that are traditional, classic beauties. These stunning examples were photographed by Belgium based photographer Claude Smekens and he has captured their elegance perfectly. 

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Monday
Jan162017

Refined elegance by Marie Flanigan 

Good morning lovely DTI readers! Just a quick note that over the past couple of weeks I worked on and and scheduled posts to publish starting today running to the end of the month as I am headed to Mexico Wednesday. Monday's pets on furniture will return in February.  

It was not that long ago that Jo shared some fabulous spaces by Houston-based interior designer Marie Flanigan, but I am back with more! Refined elegance with subtle dramatic touches with a gorgeous wallpaper, a dreamy light fixture, a dark wall, large scale art. Luxurious without being pompous. 

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Tuesday
Dec202016

Classically neutral

I continue to be smitten with Andrew Brown's sophisticated, classic+contemporary+modern blend of styles with an always soothing neutral scheme and this home is no exception. Gorgeous and timeless. 

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Thursday
Dec152016

Traditional with a bohemian edge

New York interior designer Katie Leede has managed to bring traditional and bohemian chic together in this home and create something so dynamic, lush, and welcoming. I have looked through these photos so many times, finding new and unexpected details with each pass. Lots of colour, wonderful textures and patterns are what Katie is all about, carefully curated together with beautiful art and antiques. 

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Tuesday
Dec132016

A neoclassical home by Tara Shaw

I don't know if it's that I'm now in my godforsaken 40's and life as I knew it will never be the same, but I never really thought much about "traditional" style decor such as this neoclassical home designed by New Orleans based Tara Shaw. And spaces like the dining room below really move me, much more than they ever did before. Of course, I would throw in a few more mid-century modern bits (as Tara has done in a couple of the rooms) just to keep things eclectic.