Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Meg Adams




This dining room designed by Meg Adams from the 40th annual Decorators’ Show House & Gardens and featured in Atlanta Homes and Lifestyle magazine is absolutely breathtaking! Of course, our beloved Marjorie Skouras chandelier is the crowing jewel, but I'm drooling over the Obsorne & Little fabric too. The photography by Erica George Dines really is stunning here, perfectly captures the space. I just can't handle all this beauty!

Update: The fabric is called "Grove Garden" - pattern number F5633/02. It's from Osborne & Little's Miradouro Collection. You can see it here!

44 comments:

leanne said...

stunningly gorgeous x

ashlina {the decorista} said...

wow. i absolutley love this room.

Urbanstems said...

that is an amazing room. The chandelier is just fantastic.. serious wow factor!

Karena said...

Adore this room!!! Stunning!

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Ragland Hill Social by Gwen Driscoll said...

Beautiful. Lovely, clean and clear palette. Very nice, thanks for sharing. Hope you have a great week.

Melissa @ Veranda Interiors said...

Every room in this home is done to the 9's and just fab!!

Between Blue and Yellow said...

I would love to see that chandy lit up at night. Check out my new turquoise side table
http://btweenblueandyellow.blogspot.com/2010/09/drop-leaf-side-table.html

Birdie Pearl said...

That room is perfection! The chandelier is one of my faves!

Heartfire At Home said...

That curtain fabric is gorgeous! There's a peek of some pretty nice cushions on that lovely seat too.

Linda. xo

Kate {domestikatedlife} said...

Gorgeous! I love the curtains and the chandelier.

McKenzie said...

wow, wow, wow!! so pretty!

Anonymous said...

trying way too hard to make a pretty room, very contrived.

Joanna said...

Lovely dining table. Great post, check out 3D Rendering

Kathy said...

I am obsessed with your blog...so I am trying a little powder blue in my new bedroom set....big ~out of box~ moment for me, I can't wait for it to be done, just wanted to say thank you for making me try a little something different

Kathy said...

I am obsessed with your blog. I have to confess that blues have never been (since the 80's) a favorite of mine, but my new bedroom set is being made now and a little powder blue is in the mix (big step for me) but it looks great with my browns and golds. I am WAY out of box but your blog has so enticed me to try it

artisticblend said...

Absolutely gorgeous! That chandelier is amazing and the fabric, to die for!
The photography captures their beauty so well.

Erica @ Decorica said...

Stunning. I've always liked seeing ottomans tucked under tables. Very cozy.

Candi said...

Love this! When can I move in? ;)

Steph Theberge royal T designs said...

That chandelier is AMAZING!! So perfect!!!

Michelle L. said...

Does anyone know the name of the fabric? I couldn't find it on their website. Thank you. :)

mustang said...

That is, hands down, my favorite chandy. It is the perfect combination of an updated style and of course, our favorite color.

Ludmila {creamylife.com} said...

this chandelier never looked better! LOVE IT! oh and the fabric is so pretty!

Sarah Lynne said...

Gorgeous bench in the first picture!

SuziJCampbell said...
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Suzi said...

LOVE IT! We just bought a new place and I am painting my Kitchen, gues what??? Turquoise! I'll post pictures ASAP! I made a blog (today) to document the process of redoing our house. Id love to share it with everyone. http://chandelierstocowboyboots.blogspot.com/
Keep the inspiration coming! THANKS!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

You are a WEALTH of turquoise...how do you do it?!!!

Again, AWESOME! Anita

Kirsten said...

I LOVE THIS!!! THAT'S ALL I CAN SAY!!

Gifts of Serendipity said...

Woah!
I'm trying to imagine just how amazing that light fitting would be at night lit up!
x Felicity

my favorite and my best said...

i want the skouras chandelier so bad. in white i think.

a little luxe said...

Wow! I can never get enough of that Skouras chandelier! First time I saw it I gasped! So beautiful!

Love your blog!

Jennifer
http://alittleluxe040708.blogspot.com/

Kathy said...

That Chandy....over the top beautiful, you are incredible at finding the fabulous stuff!

Kristin said...

of course, I first noticed the chandelier -- beautiful! but then I started seeing all the rest of the beauty in that room. The marble topped table? the dresser with two lamps and mirror? gorgeous. thanks for sharing!

Jenn @ Living Luxe for Less said...

Beautiful...I'm still in awe of this chandelier...love it!

Lindy said...

Fabulous print fabric window treatment. I am seeing prints on windows again and I'm loving the look. Anyway, your pictures are wonderful! I've been a reader for a while - now you're follower...

Jen Kershner said...

My heart just skipped a beat! Love that room.

Sandra said...

That bench with that fabric is KILLER! Love the mix here that is so well done! Thanks for sharing.

Vintage Home said...

...I think I will have to be a follower of Meg Adams...cuz this room is amazing!

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know where to find that Osborne and Little fabric? It is not on their website....thanks!!

Jennifer said...

yes, yes, yes :)

Erin said...

Anon- The fabric is called "Grove Garden" - pattern number F5633/02. It's from Osborne & Little's Miradouro Collection.

Stephanie @ Covet Living said...

OMG, Erin, the fabric is to die for! And the dining room is positively stunning. You always have the best eye candy!

Kathleen said...

Just ordered a fabric sample! LOVE it!!! xo

Anonymous said...

I'm so sad that I can't find this fabric! I just stumbled across this a couple of days ago and can't locate the fabric anywhere.

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