Friday, October 3, 2008

Sophisticated and Feminine

Here are more images from the beautiful Traditional Home Built for Women Showhouse III designed by Scott Laslie. I LOVE the elegant turquoise pin-tucked draperies made of Jim Thompson silk sateen. Gorgeous!

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Gathering on the Seaside

Addicted 2 Decorating discovered this absolutely breathtaking seaside Shingle Style home on Buzzards Bay. Designer Anne Mullin Segerson used blue tones ranging from turquoise to periwinkle in this large home perfect for big family gatherings. Imagine the fun they must have! Check out Architectural Digest for even more images of this amazing dream home. *Sigh*

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Michael Grimm

How fun would it be to be walking up that turquoise hallway, only to open the door to discover this red room?! Love those red floors! These images were taken by talented photographer Michael Grimm. Check out his portfolio because he has a ton of amazing images...including interiors, portraits, spa & resort, travel and more.

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Brown and Blue...and Pink!



I'm not the biggest fan of the brown and blue combo (although thechocolateblues.com is my most popular decor shopping blog), but this bedroom in the Traditional Home Built for Women Showhouse III designed by Scott Laslie is just so pretty. I love the block-print fabric for draperies and upholstered headboard, especially combined with the pink accents. And how about that chandelier? Wow.

Monday, September 29, 2008

Moises Esquenazi

I love this Los Angeles bungalow belonging to designer Moises Esquenazi. Such a fun mix of fabulous colors that leaves you feeling happy and rejuvenated. The outdoor space is to die for. I don't think it would be hard to entice friends over with a backyard like that! View more images and read all about the home at House Beautiful.
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