Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Edward Addeo

These images taken by talented photographer Edward Addeo are just breathtaking. It amazes me how something as simple as a bunch of bananas add so much to the first image. I seriously can't stop looking at it! This Palm Beach, Florida home designed by Barry Dixon is just about as luxurious as they come, but the color, the details...oh my goodness.

28 comments:

Julie said...

erin, your blog is so wonderful and inspiring. everything is total eye-candy! you pick the best rooms to showcase. it gives me ideas for my own place. House of Turquoise & Apartment Therapy are my two must-reads every day. keep up the great work!

sealaura said...

beautiful. love the turquoise and gold. it looks so regal to me. it kind of reminds me of the movie Marie Antoinette, don't know why.

Lovely Scribbles said...

Oh, that's funny! I kept staring at that first picture, too. I could hardly scroll down. :) Total gorgeousness!!

The Zhush said...

Funny that you mentioned the bananas...was thinking almost the exact same thing when I clicked on to the post!

LoveFeast Table said...

I seriously get a bit giddy when I go to click on your site...anticipating the eye candy that awaits!

Morning T said...

Erin those images are incredible and actually made me gasp! The light fixture and chairs in that first photo, the mirror in the second photo and everything in the third photo...pure heaven!

froulala.blogspot.com said...

luscious!!!

ashlina said...

ok dying for the curtains in the first photo! beautiful!!!

Laura Trevey said...

I love the rich color in the top photo. Beautiful...

mustang said...

Laura Trevey, please be sure to tell us what turquoise paint you end up using for your studio!

down pillow said...

Love the warm gold accents :)

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Such adorable pictures, I really love the last one... those colors... Off to read some of your past posts....
Have a lovely day!
Saskia

Anonymous said...

erin you always have the best finds..good god gold and turquoise is at their best here.
lorisf

eric@ericrossinteriors.com said...

Barry Dixon is a genius and I love his uber-lush bedding and draperies. Check out the cornice detail on that bed canopy-opulent!

~Chandelier No. 4~ said...

Completely missed the bananas! Couldn't move past the uber rich gold chandy and pedestal. LOVE your pics ~ as always.

Erin @ SYL: Slipcover Your Life said...

Those turquoise/green curtains rock! I wish they would open them up for us so that we could see them though! Large floral patterns are so in this year!

Aesthetic Oiseau said...

{{Sigh}}...so stunning. I will always love turquoise and gold.

jules @ The Diversion Project said...

I agree, totally breath taking - that last image floored me!

julesx

michèle said...

I love the 'greenness' of the turquoise in these photos - it gives them an antique very elegant quality - I bet it changes beautifully in different lights
gorgeous

Magic Brush said...

I love these shots....gorgeous pics!

LesleySW said...

I love the bananas!

Adrianna said...

It is amazing how good turquoise makes yellow look! I love those two color together.

Jose. said...

Beautiful photos.

Carlie said...

The bananas are really breathtaking...not sure I've ever said that about bananas before. Hee hee. I also love the chandelier with that lovely glass globe on the bottom.

Twenty Two Flamboyant Street said...

Okay! Every time I think there just cannot be another way to use turquoise, you find one :) I fall in love all over again every day. I agree this blog is my favourite must read every day.

VictoriaArt said...

What can I say after all those lovely comments? I so agree with all of them and just one thing, rooms which have height are just gorgeous.The dining room is brilliant!

Kelly@ColorSizzle said...

I love this classic, ornate style; what a great shade of deep turquoise. So elegant!

Amanda said...

Love the fabric on the seat cushions in the first one :)

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