Family room/Den – Windsor Smith (I think…)
I’ve only seen ancient-looking columns in one other property, designed by Bunny Williams – they make a quirky addition to the room, that’s for sure! Also loving the modern edgy white sofas, and that ottoman/floor cushion combo is FANTASTIC.
I am always such a sucker for built-in bookcases, especially when paired with oversize artwork and other collectibles.
Close up of the artwork – I do think this looks awesome, such a statement piece, but I always find myself thinking ‘well what happens when they fill up all the shelves and they need to use the ones behind the painting?!’ I guess maybe I don’t get it…!
Master suite – Candace Barnes
I love everything about this room, from the four poster to the giant floor mirrors framing the bed – it’s the perfect mix of masculine and feminine, without becoming too confused.
Ditto this faaabulous his and hers dressing room – love the feminine touches of the zebra rug and blingy bathtub, but the dark floors, quirky pendant and neutral wardrobe/sofas/ottoman colours stop it becoming too girly. Also going slightly giddy over this oversize distressed mirror:
Young lady’s bedroom – Tara Shaw
This is literally the only shot I can get my grubby mitts on of this room, but I can tell it’s a corker! The Louis XV commode and canopy bed combo never lets me down, and those peonies are the perfect finishing touch. Can’t wait to see more!
Bathroom – Tara Shaw
Why hello white carrara marble, beeeautiful elaborate mirror and beadboard panelling – think I just fell in love with this bathroom. Oh, and my brain just exploded seeing that fuchsia ranunculus posie…
Guest Bedroom – Peter Dunham
This room could not be more classic Dunham style, with the African-style fabrics and bold colours. I’m not 100% sure about that shade of pink – I reckon I would have gone for more of a blush colour, or a deeper sexier shade – but LOVE the rest of the scheme.
Nursery – Theresa Ghevondian
There are no words in my head that can adequately describe this bling-tastic nursery. It is INCREDIBLE. I am no way near the stage of wanting kiddiewinkles yet, but I’m pretty sure this design just budged me a significant way towards it…
Stables – Kathryn Ireland
Err, and these stables are fit for a king, let alone a horse!
Check out the Kathryn Ireland fabrics a go-go, love it!
(photo credits: Veranda, Cococozy, The Editor At Large)
So the property is now on the market – I wonder which lucky family will move in…