Place de Vosges apartment.  It was designed by Marianne Tiegen for a British family who wanted “furnishings to honor the history of the building with its lofty windows and tall ceilings, but to be perfectly usable for a busy, modern, young family.”

Place de Vosges apartment. It was designed by Marianne Tiegen for a British family who wanted “furnishings to honor the history of the building with its lofty windows and tall ceilings, but to be perfectly usable for a busy, modern, young family.”

Long Island home of Ian and Emilie Irving in the New York Times T Magazine. The home is filled with chintz, antique ethnic textiles, and finds from their extensive travels. It is chic and bohemian, bringing to mind a cottage in the English countryside. Ian and his first wife, famed textile designer and tastemaker, Carolina Irving originally worked on the home together, and her influence continues to emanate from each room.

Long Island home of Ian and Emilie Irving in the New York Times T Magazine. The home is filled with chintz, antique ethnic textiles, and finds from their extensive travels. It is chic and bohemian, bringing to mind a cottage in the English countryside. Ian and his first wife, famed textile designer and tastemaker, Carolina Irving originally worked on the home together, and her influence continues to emanate from each room.

Being from the Lexington, KY area, which has the title of being the Horse Capital of the World, I like to refer to this style of decor...

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