A toned-down version of Lucinda Loya

Posted on Fri, 5 Apr 2019 by KiM

Lucinda Loya may do bold and colourful and multi-patterned very VERY well as I’ve shown in recent posts, but she can also do neutral and somewhat minimal and keep me drawn in, as seen in this Texas home.

carlos xavier pinheiro matos dos reis says:

Interesting decoration.

Melanie D Millar says:

More! I need more! I did a double take when I got to the third pic with the delicate little skirted chair. OK wait. This is not what I thought it was. Then the next picture: ultra-luxe skirted ottoman. Silk damask? Beautifully puddled. And then the row of tiny random objects that bend around the corner. Child-eye height? Probably not. And then: the dressing table of stacked limestone volumes (could be limestone) paired with louis 15 gold leafed chair with lilac (velvet?) I desperately need to see more! Witty is the word that comes to mind (and of course gorgeous).
What a great day to start my day. Thanks!

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