Friday, November 30, 2012

Panageries








I so want to fill our kitchen with delectable turquoise tile!! This fabulous home by interior designer Cynthia Masters of Panageries in Greenville, South Carolina is bursting with great color and design! I love the juxtaposition of the bright white spaces with the moody red and turquoise dining room, and how she carries the color palette throughout. I'm feeling a global influence here as well, which is something the Southern designer is known for! See more of the home photographed by Fisheye Studios right on over here!

Enjoy your weekend everyone!! Can't believe December is almost here!


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12 comments:

Laurie @ House of 34 said...

Gorgeous rooms!!

Heather Moore Grahling | Vivid Hue Home said...

i love the all turquoise tile in the kitchen! that's just terrific! happy (almost) december! I can't believe it's here either!

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SizzleandZoom said...

I have never seen this bold red look with turquoise before-would like to see more.

Raslinkina said...

Amaizing rooms! Love turquoise in this foto, but in my rooms i dont have it.
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bidet toilet said...

What more can i say? The designs are perfect and fab! Everything i want to see in my own house is here. I can't wait to have my home renovated before Christmas. I'm so glad to have found this blog. Great home design and ideas!

Janeth Interiano said...

Beautiful!

Marble mantel said...

That white theme mantel is so nice. All of the pictures are wonderful.

~ Herman Swan

Jennifer said...

LOVE that kitchen!! I mentioned you on my blog today! Thanks for your inspirations!!

GRK said...

One of my favorite things about your beautiful and artistic design style is that you pay attention to every last detail and leave no decorative stone uncovered. You always know the pefect details to make a house a home.

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