I had the most wonderful day yesterday. I had the pleasure of spending the better part of the day with the lovely Anna! We had a long tea and french macaroons at Tavern and just enjoyed the afternoon and evening. Next time, let’s all meet up at this house in the Hamptons by S Russell Groves! I am kinda falling in love with his work.
S Russell Groves
I hope everyone had a great New Years! Let us start off with a breath of fresh air.
A home in Marrakesh designed by Esther Gutmer with Architect Helena Marczweski.
Shades of purple…love the concept.
I could hang out here all day. Gorgeous glass doors and windows.
Just beautiful. This dining table is to die for! The top is one piece of slate. Stone, plaster and anigre wood, simple and effective. The small black stools are designed by Charlotte Perriand. Drapery fabric is Rogers & Goffigon.
Anigre wood floating staircase.
Restful color palate. Finn Juhl Pelican chairs, a Poul Kjaerholm daybed and Alvar Aalto table and wing chair. Look at that baseboard detail! The rugs feel like lily pads among the sea of light grey stone.
Andy Warhol’s Shadows series rests on a Jean Prouvé console.
The illustrious egg chair by Arne Jacobsen.
Blackened steel surrounds the fireplace.
Pendant lamps by Poul Henningsen hang over the kitchen table. Viking range and hood.
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The goodness of Leroy Street Studio…
I cannot tell if there is water under this wood flooring section, but this is pretty pretty amazing.
More wood on the walls!
This interior by Gilles & Boissier is such an effortless mix of classic form with a modern material palate. Swoon!
The moldings in this apartment are stunning not to mention the disappearing drapery panels and romans.
I have to say that I am in love with this chunky natural abaca rug paired with these tailored white and grey slipcovers on this herringbone floor. It is absolutely perfect.
Christophe delcourt table? The composition here is just right.
My fav, a banquette wrapped around the dining table.
Ethereal. This sconce is amazing… love it all!
Today, friends, I will be traveling to Florida for a my Florida Keys project install. It is a partial install but cannot wait to share some pics. For now, I leave you for the day with some beach house inspiration.
Color palate reminiscent of a hazy day at the beach. I spy a christian liaigre chaise + sofa here…my hero.
pale wood + white = yipee!
well edited vignette with some handmade objects and a bit of green whimsy.
Wood screen-like headboard with sconces above the nightstands…concept love.
Douglas Friedman Photography
Kelly Wearstler’s office from yesterday’s post inspired me to revisit her fabulousness. Her Malibu beach house is hands down my fav!
The bleached walnut floors, gray Bardiglio marble walls and muted neutral fabrics are reminiscent of the beach nearby. The marble almost looks like the inside of a shell. The organic Soriano sofa and vintage chairs are perfectly curated. The rosewood and walnut cabinet on the back wall is by Jeffrey Greene.
Cassina Cab chairs by Mario Bellini in white leather.
Vintage bucket chairs surround the stone table. A French 1960s chandelier resembles a clump of seaweed.
Mansour Modern carpet. Kelly Wearstler for Sferra linens.
Whitewashed spheres and cubes in the street entrance set the tone for the home. Mansour Modern area rug.
This marble evokes the ebb and flow of the ocean itself.
Photos by François Halard. Metropolitan Home November 2006
Kelly Wearstler’s office entry…love love love! Gorgeous custom marble flooring and cool Kelly Wearstler designed sculptures.
Kelly Wearstler sculptures available at Bergdorf Goodman.
Kelly Wearstler’s boardroom. The armoire and chairs are custom Kelly and the wallpaper is custom by Porter Teleo.