Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Timothy Mather

I know you've seen (and loved) this incredible kitchen with the painted ceiling, but I wanted to make sure you see more work from the mind behind it! Timothy Mather of TM Design Ltd was born in England, and educated in Zimbabwe and Canada. He spent 10 years in a successful fashion career before he continued his education in interior design. I can't get enough of the punchy green and turquoise going on in the first room, those drapes are my favorite! But that kitchen...I could look at it all day long! See more of his work here (make sure to check out the new stuff!)

25 comments:

Gramercy Home said...

Such a great color combination. And, he keeps it looking sophisticated. Love it.

Ludmila {creamylife.com} said...

I love the look of a blue ceiling in a kitchen - brings so much light and some airy feeling to it!

Pam @ diy Design Fanatic said...

Love the living room in the first photo! Really love the kitchen, but wish they had left a little space on either side of the range hood. The ceiling is fantastic!

StarletStarlet said...

ooooooooooooooh, what a great idea to paint the ceiling that happy color!

Feels like summer sky is always upon you.

And do you happen to know what that kitchen wall/backsplash is? silver tiles? Gorge!!!

Vanessa@decor happy said...

All of these rooms are so bright and happy!

michelle said...

That first room is my favorite! It is so bright and cheery! Not to mention that those are my favorite colors!! :)

Dale at Hospitality Design Inspirations said...

Thanks again for my morning smile. I love the carpet in the first 2 photos.

Melissa @ Veranda Interiors said...

Love love love that last image, the backsplash, the ceiling color, the marble, the hardware. True love.

debra said...

The living area in the first pic is my favorite . I have used it as my inspiration for my beach condo for the last few months of decorating. I love the colors.

Lila said...

He uses great cool tones and makes them seem so warm and inviting! Love all of the rooms, especially that kitchen!
xoxo
Lila Ferraro

Candi said...

Love it, especially the kitchen!

simply seleta said...

Now that I'm out of my hole [new blog design] I'm excited to start reading your blog again! Ahhhhhh, seeing all the pretty here makes me happy. Thanks for your incredibly kind words, Erin! xoxo

Lovely Scribbles said...

I'm a huge fan of the lime and turquoise combo! I have to say, though, that the picture of the kitchen only adds to my obsession with re-designing my own! *Sigh*

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

I would have never thought of that green, but that is superb!!!!! Checking Tim out now!!!! Anita

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

I just saw his site....I am hooked! The living room with the light blue French chairs...looks like mine...only mine is sage green! I then AM doing something right! Anita

Yanet @ 3 Sun Kissed Boys said...

I LOVE that back splash!!

123Dview said...

Lovely home! The colors are so alive and chic perfect match for the furniture. Great post, check out 3D Rendering

Trish said...

That kitchen is to die for.
And I seriously want that chair in the first pic.
LOVE!

Sarah said...

The colors are beautiful and the entire house looks so comfortable - not an easy task to be both!

Trish @ A dream house for Trish said...

I love the colours in the first pics, who would have thought such bright colours would look so refreshing. What a clever & daring designer... I love it!!!

ceo said...

The first pic is amazing... I love it.......

xxx
CEO

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Cristin @ Simplified Bee said...

love those cane chairs!

Ms. Manor said...

What a sexy kitchen!

Maxine Watkins said...

I'd love to paint my door a version of turquoise but I'm afraid it would be too vibrant for a 50+ year old brick ranch in the south. Any suggested paint colors? Perhaps something muted & weathered looking. Thanks for your help.
Maxine Watkins
maxtwatkins@gmail.com

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