For the Home
I don't know where I'd put a room like this - it's certainly not my husband's style - but the ballet pinks and greys and the chandelier and the beautiful wedding-cake of a ceiling... ::happy sigh:: I also think that the angular lamp and table and the rich green foliage do a little (but maybe not quite enough) to balance out the room.
Campaign desk + ghost chair.
Aerin Lauder in British Vogue August
Design Darling: CHRISTOPHER BURCH'S SOUTHAMPTON HOME
Living Area : C. Wonder Founder J. Christopher Burch's Hamptons Beach House
Christopher Burch's Hamptons Beach House, interior design by Christopher Maya, photo by William Walldron for Architectural Digest
Entice people to explore the whole house. By placing something that draws the eye at the top of the stairs, in hallways or in corners, you can pique curiosity and keep potential buyers interested throughout a whole home tour. A piece of artwork, a painted accent wall, a window seat, a vase of flowers, a hanging light or even a small, colorful rug can all work to draw the eye.
Charlotte Moss.. DeGournay curtains with lime green silk lining..