Monday, August 15, 2011

Phillips deVeer Interiors











I was super excited last week to discover Phillips deVeer Interiors, the newly formed interior design studio founded by Elena K. Phillips and Cristin G. deVeer located in Rowayton, CT. I just love how their predominantly classic style balances traditional aesthetics with modern twists. The grasscloth (Phillips Jeffries #3441) in the dining room in the last photo....LOVE. And how gorgeous is the bathroom with the Quadrille wallpaper? What's cool is how they mix high and low though...the zigzag bedding is from Urban Outfitters (it's been on my "want" list forever!) Photographer James Grout took all these great photos, and there's even more to see over at their website!


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24 comments:

Luciane at HomeBunch.com said...

Erin,

I love finding new and talented people! This is exciting and I can't wait to check their website.

Judging by this post, they're GOOD! :-)

I hope you had a great weekend, my friend.

Have a Blessed week!

xo

Luciane at HomeBunch.com

MartinaNess said...

Wow! Monkey pillow covers rulzzzzz!:-))

martinaness.com

Janell @ Isabella and Max said...

Thanks for pointing out the dining room walls have grasscloth, I would have missed that detail, but didn't miss the fabulous light fixture! Thanks for introducing me to this team! Janell

Judy said...

Love all the photos. I'm off to check out their website.

Mairi said...

Do you know anything about the photograph of the fruit in water in the picture with the bar? I love it!
Mairi

Gwendolyn said...

My two fave colors! Fabulous!

Karena said...

Erin, a really gorgeous portfolio & profile, each image is wonderful!!
Off to check their design site!

xoxo
Karena

Art by Karena

Brooke said...

Any idea where that bar cart is from? I'm looking for one just like it.

Thanks!
Brooke

Erin @ The Impatient Gardener said...

Lucite bamboo chairs? I've died and gone to heaven. I love that dining room right down to the artwork.

Sizzle and Zoom said...

One of my favorite posts. From the sweet glass shelf, lamps and wallpaper in the bathroom,the beautiful fabric on the chair by the bookshelf and finally, the gorgeous blues and orange tablescape. Magnificent eye-candy for me.

Anonymous said...

I love this profile! Everything is so stylish AND cozy; the perfect combo!!!

GTV Diaries said...

How beautiful is the combination of turquoise and white... I'm thinking of painting my front door turquoise, any suggestions?

Leslie said...

I love the placement of the alcohol. Way to make it look super classy and really organized. Love it!

L

Debby said...

GTV Diaries, I just painted my front door using Tropical Turquoise by Benjamin Moore. First tried Wythe Blue, which is lovely but too light for the front door. Tropical Turquoise is a beautiful, deep color.

eclecticrevisited said...

so pretty, crisp and clean..love the choice of fabric on the chair with the blue stripe..way cool..
best,
maureen

SoniaB said...

Cannot wait to show my 7 year old daughter your gorgeous blog. She is obsessed with all that is turquoise. the gil has taste! Beautiful photos.

BaggieAggie said...

Gorgeous ideas! Looking forward to more!

Roie. x

Shannon@ Cozy Home Scenes said...

These are such refreshing pictures that make me want to paint something, maybe my bathroom. I would love to have a porch swing like the one you showed. Shannon

Katrina said...

I totally love those acrylic bamboo chairs!!! Where, oh, where would I find those?!

Vanessa said...

LOOVE the bar cart! Where might I find that?

Anonymous said...

I LOVE the monkey on a giraffe plate! Where can I find it??

Erin said...

Anon- the plate is from a store called Midsummer Nights in Chatham, Mass. I love it too!

Anonymous said...

Hi, may i know what is the colour of the paint in the first picture? i want to paint my wall of that colour thanks! (: your pictures are inspiring and awesome!

Anonymous said...

Any idea where the bathroom lights are from??

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