Thursday, November 4, 2010

Mark J. Williams



Holy guacamole, have you ever seen a vaulted ceiling like this?! Talk about impact! The spectacular space was designed by Los Angeles based designer Mark J. Williams. I've never seen a bed so beautifully detailed as this one either. Actually all the furniture here is incredible. I believe it was all custom designed by Mark. He's been designing furniture for clients for many years, but recently launched Alton House to make his line available to the public. Every piece is exquisite in design, but most importantly, I hear it's comfortable too! See the rest of this beautiful English Beaux-Arts home here!

11 comments:

Erica @ Decorica said...

The rug looks so soft and gorgeous, and I love it layered over the sisal. Beautiful room.

Kathy said...

Every thing about this is stunning!

Karena said...

Erin it is gorgeous the room has a very special feel to it , and yes that ceiling, wow!!

xoxo

Karena
Art by Karena

sarah@realestatestyle said...

that ceiling is fab!!

Lila said...

That massive lantern is amazing! I love it all!
xoxo
Lila Ferraro

Anonymous said...

Erin,
I love how you feature ALL kinds of rooms! There really is something (turquoise) for everyone here!!

Anonymous said...

Wow, that ceiling is fabulous -- first thing that grabbed my eyes when I saw the pic! Love everything about this room, the layered rugs, the nightstands, that old leather-seat chair. Just lovely! -- Kimberly

Treadgold said...

Gorgeous room , I wish I had that kind of space and that magnificent four poster bed and ceiling. We can only dream...

Megan said...

I love the small dressers as large night stands in the last picture - and of course the vaulted ceiling :)

Michaela said...

That ceiling is to die for! So is the lantern chandelier. Rustic elegance is my favorite.

Lovely Scribbles said...

Oh, I did see this one. I really like the whole vibe. I think maybe some pink or colorful accents would soften the darkness of the wood for a nice look and feel. :)

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