An elegant, Traditional mantel next to a bookshelf with blue/dark teal wasll painted in Oculus Blue from Ralph Lauren's Greenwich Village Collection.
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Portland-based studio Jessica Helgerson Interior Design rehauled a Fort Greene brownstone with furnishings and finishes in bold colors and tactile materials. In the basement lounge area under the stairs, a giant sofa is upholstered in 18 Peruvian blankets that JHID collected over several months.
Eclectic living room renovated by Kelly Nelson Designs With blue armchairs, persian rug, french doors and walls painted in Benjamin Moore Patriotic White. Interior Designer: Kelly Nelson Designs http://kellynelsondesigns.com Photo: Albert Yee Photography
Black walls, orange velvet chesterfield sofa upholstered in Romo fabric, Buddhist paintings in orange and green purchased in Singapore. Zebra print ottoman. Loving this eccentric interior! Nicholas Haslam Ltd floor lamps and custom made obelisk bookshelves. The sisal rug is by Tim Page Carpets.
Continuing my theme and love for tufted green velvet armchairs (here is one i posted earlier: Malachite Interior). This interior gives me a warm, dark and moody sense, like I want to snuggle up in their velvety goodness and read Sherlock Holmes. Love this green
Barcelona apartment decorated by Laura Mazikes Jardin. Effortless elegance, dining room in a soft turquoise. Beautiful classical mirror and fireplace sandwiched between bookshelves. A game of reflections: hang a mirror on a par with chandeliers, it will increase the light.
"West LA library from several years ago ...love the lavender antique linen on chairs," (12 March 2014) via Michael S. Smith's Instagram.
For those who love having lots of things but live in a small space, the best thing for organised chaos is to create symmetry! Don't forget you can always use your entire wall for art and books, the way you put it togehter can
An iconic bedroom completely drenched in red. Villa Fornasetti (Piero Fornasetti) Milan. [amazon_link id="0500516332" target="_blank" container="" container_class="" ][/amazon_link] From the book [amazon_link id="0500516332" target="_blank" container="" container_class="" ]The Iconic Interior: 1900 to the Present by Dominic Bradbury[/amazon_link].
Amanda Nisbet designed Breakfast Nook with "Ken and Barbie" art.