Donna Talley

Posted on Fri, 12 Mar 2010 by midcenturyjo

Photo stylist and story producer. Great job title isn’t it. Donna Talley is just that. Her look is classically tailored and yet relaxed, feminine, natural with just a hint of European, hopsack and linen, scrubbed timber and Biedermeier. It’s ironstone and baskets, fresh flowers and glass bottles, antique silverware and sun bleached colours. It’s easy and elegant and soft. And it’s lovely.

That’s my favourite too. There is such an organic feel to it. I can imagine a Sunday family lunch in Provence over this table. 🙂

pascale says:

love your post! love the {warm-comfy and pretty-elegant} thing going on there 🙂
pascale from japan

Greet says:

My goodness! This is gorgeous! Thank you for introducing us to Donna Talley!

Suzyn says:

Oh, wow. *Several* of those pictures just went into my style file. Thank you.

And, I think I just figured out what to do with the accent wall behind my bed – hello sky blue!

Beautiful images! Some great inspirations.

Jen Z. says:

Love all the soft textures. Thanks for sharing. Love your blog. I love all the inspiration you find. Keep it coming. 🙂

Love the headboard in the top image!

Raru says:

This is amazing!!!! Love it.
It’s a great inspiration for Friday :))))
Wish you a lovely weekend!

Donna Talley says:

Thank you so much for the great feature and the wonderful compliments! The photos above were shot in my home studio and also on location for various editorial projects. If you’re looking for more ideas, check out the Spring 2010 of Better Homes & Gardens 100 Decorating Ideas Under $100, which includes a "High-Low" dining room makeover. Would love to hear feedback on the stories. Thanks again!!

Oh… what a beautiful post! Thank you for sharing 🙂
And I love your title/domain: "Desire to Inspire". I've got a silly thing about getting a good feeling when a brilliant, sweet domain name/title are chosen. And yours… it's perfect!
Lovely blog you've got here 🙂

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