Thursday, November 11, 2010

Annsley Interiors


Every once and a while, I like to profile an interior designer's work as a way to capture my favorite designs and designers.  Annsley McAlleer is no exception.  

The styling of these bookcases are perfection.  Notice the small nesting lucite tables?  How about the fabric on the chairs?  Looks like Albert Hadley's Fireworks for Hinson & Company?  Love it.

Who doesn't love a banquette with a zinc pedestal table and a chippendale chair?  Oh, and of course, french doors!
So relaxed, adorable and functional!  
I love the blue & green color combination! 
So serene!  Blue and yellow - I love it.  I'm curious as to what fabric she used for the curtains?
I love the sconce she chose for this bathroom!
I can't tell if the color palette is blue and green or black and green.  Either way, I love it.  Very dramatic.  All the above pictures are from Domino where they featured Annsley's home in Boston.  
Do you spy a blue ghost chair, David Hicks La Fiorentina pillow and I believe Alan Campbell's zig zag fabric on the chair?  I do!!  Hope you enjoyed her portfolio as much I did!!  To see more, go here.  

12 comments:

  1. Fran, I really love her use of color. So fresh and upbeat without being overly done. That green and blue bedroom - sigh.

    -Rene

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  2. Love her home...so fresh and sophisticated!!

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  3. Love this tour- the fireworks fabric chairs are so lovely. Have a great day Fran:)

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  4. So, so pretty!! I want some lucite in my house really bad. Great designer!
    xo,
    Amy R.

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  5. Love, love, love every room! I can't decide if it's the fabric selection or pop of color in each that I love the most. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Wow, love the use of colors--they're so fresh, not brash--and the mix of pieces. So my style. I want that kitchen and that rattan desk! Actually want it all and am so inspired!

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  7. OH forgot to mention faux bois wallpaper? I'm dying.

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  8. Fran, she's long been one my very very favorites. I would die to find that rattan desk. It's the stuff of dreams. I absolutely adore her style.

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  9. I like her! She's not too showroom looking but still incredibly well done. Thanks for sharing her!!

    I have been thinking about you all week b/c we've been identifying color schemes and now i can't look at any image without doing that. ;-)
    abby

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  10. {The fabric from Julie is Khanjali Peacock.}

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  11. Very nice. Color and accessories but not too much.

    Love that wicker-ish desk.

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