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Mario Buatta, interior designer, New York: ''A 19th-century painted tole coal scuttle, shaped like a seashell, with a bronze handle in the form of a sea horse. It was once owned by [the legendary decorator] Nancy Lancaster and was in her famous yellow drawing room in London, a room that had a huge influence on me. I bought the coal scuttle for one of my clients, but I just couldn't part with it. It's in my living room, but I can't use it next to the fireplace; it's too big.''
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Step inside the romantic entertaining spaces Mario Buatta created for hosts Hilary and Wilbur Ross Tour Timothy Corrigan's spectacular renovation of Château Grand-Lucé in France's Loire Valley Check out the elegant living rooms of decorators and architects whose residences have appeared in the pages of AD
We know my love for the chic ridiculousness of Diamond Baratta knows now bounds. This is definitely one of their more understated designs - gorgeous.
turquoise, blue, green in whites. also check out the beautiful chairs around the table behind. love love love!
just when I think I want to get rid of RED...I find this picture and my mind is changed...LOVE it mixed with the other vibrant colors!
Beautiful bedroom. Really loving these colors and all of this beautiful texture!