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I really love the patterns here, i.e. the carpet, dresser, bed... makes for  beautiful look!

See How Bunny Williams Transformed a 1950s Georgian-Style Home in Virginia

Bunny Williams - A bed by Oly, upholstered in a Larsen silk, is the centerpiece of a Richmond, Virginia guest room. The bench is by Amy Howard Collection and the dhurrie is from Todd Alexander Romano. Homeowners are Helga and Floyd D.

Designer Gallery • Grasscloth Wallpaper • Natural Wallcoverings • Phillip Jeffries Ltd.

LUXE Interior + Design A North Shore Chicago home draws from coastal influences

Neutral bedroom with pops of pale blue and gold

> Curtains < French doors connect the sun-drenched master bedroom to the garden. Custom headboard in Jim Thompson silk. Linens and throw (on bed), Ann Gish. Throw (on sofa), Holland

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Fabulous Room Friday 06.06.14

Gorgeous bedroom design with brown gray taupe grasscloth wallpaper, ivory headboard with nailhead trim, glossy white Greek key trim nightstands, white bedding with gray frame, yellow zebra bolster pillow and lamps.

O lar doce lar do cantor John Legend

Crooner John Legend and his wife, model Chrissy Teigen, are parting ways with their Asian-inspired midcentury house in Los Angeles, just 22 months after singing its praises in Architectural Digest.

Bring the outside in.

ceiling is painted “Bird’s Egg” by Benjamin Moore 140427 Gorgeous sunroom space! Adore the painted ceiling :-)

In hairstylist Guido Palau’s New York apartment, designer Robert Passal draped a 19th-century Turkish textile over the headboard of a BDDW bed in the master suite.

Photo: Joshua McHugh In hairstylist Guido Palau’s New York apartment, designer Robert Passal draped a Turkish textile over the headboard of a BDDW bed in the master suite.

unique and beautiful space!

Decorate with Blue

Mix a strong shade of blue with bold fabric to enliven a room. Paint: Stratton Blue by Benjamin Moore

Feminine decor and design ideas. a great blend of lavender, purple, lilacs for a light room.

Photo by Fritz von der Schulenburg, courtesy of Bunny Williams: “The appeal of chinoiserie lies in the history of how it came about,” says the renowned decorator. “It was the romantic European take on the Orient, melding different styles of Asian influences—Moorish, Chinese, Indian—that morphed into a style of its own.”

Three Designer Takes on Chinoiserie

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