Francois Halard

Posted on Wed, 18 Jul 2007 by midcenturyjo

Francois Halard studied at the Ecole des Arts Decoratifs in Paris. He moved to New York City and began to photograph regularly with Vogue, Vanity Fair, GQ and House & Garden. From architecture to interiors and from lifestyle images to portraits his portfolio embraces the exquisite and inspiring. Many of these images will be familiar to you but no less beautifully captured by this leading photographer. See his portfolio here.

kim. says:

No doubt this guy’s got talent. LOVE the white photo with the fireplace, and the last photo. GREAT spaces. I just noticed the dining table in 2nd last photo is sitting on oil drums. CLEVER!!!

susan says:

You have just given me inspiration! My bedroom is neutrals and I’m going to keep it that way. LOVE the one with the white fireplace. I’m going to add black accents. I have one wall that I can do all sorts of crazy things with. Oh boy, I just saw the last one with the BLACK wall. Maybe I could go down that road! These images really make you want to move right in.

Peggy says:

I can’t argue that the photography is exceptional and that he is talented. I’ve learned recently from trying to photograph my apartment how difficult it is to photograph a living space. But these rooms are far too over the top for my taste, but that’s just my humble opinion.

Is this a new trend in decorating? I’ve been seeing a lot more over the top. To me it looks like lack of restraint. What words of wisdom do fellow bloggers have about this style which seems to be gaining popularity?

Peggy says:

P.S. – I do love that that table with the oil can and that painting. But then again that room is more simple than the others.

corine says:

I don’t need to read another blog I find it all here!

I love the the 1st shot prints on prints is hot!


katiedid says:

This designer has it all. Very talented and unique.

Anna says:

Love, Love, Love!!

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