One of my goals this year was to post more about goings on in my garden and home. That gets a little more challenging as I share all there is to share that’s new. So today I’m sharing images of some of my all-time favorite rooms. You know, the ones you go back and look at time and time again and they still make you smile? You do that too, don’t you? 🙂
This kitchen is perfect to me. I love the design work of Marianne Simon and this kitchen is one of my all-time favorites. Not too big, not too small.
The rustic touches in this room and its overall loveliness are attributable in part to Bethany Puopolo, Architect. Do you ever find a common theme when you’re admiring a room, or that many of the rooms you love are designed by the same handful of designers/architects over and over?
This corner of a room (which is all I can find ~ source unknown) is so charming as a small library / desk space. The books look like a collection of some kind and I adore the painting (wallpaper?) on the wall. Details like the lantern are icing on the cake for me!
Instagram introduced me to Trinity Holmes of c.1934. I love all of her images and wish, oh how I wish, she had a blog site. This kitchen vignette is absolute perfection, in my humble opinion. 🙂
Are you noticing a theme? Buffalo check fabric? I do love it, especially when mixed with other prints. Francie Hargrove designs some of my favorite rooms.
Ever since I received Gil Shafer’s book, The Great American House: Tradition for the Way We Live Now I’ve been in love with each and every project I’ve seen that he’s had a hand in.
Wendy Posard is another talent that I seem to be drawn to. Her work for clients always seems fresh, less formal, more comfortable. A deconstructed kitchen at it’s best.
I’m certain you have favorites too. I’d love to hear of a few of your ‘go to’ designers. ♥ Karen