The fabric choices keep the home youthful and playful, but the furnishings are traditional with wordly accessories scattered throughout.
I'm normally not a fan of windor chairs, but I love how they modernized by painting them purple. I believe it is Benjamin Moore's Mulberry Wine. And, then to add another element of interest, they painted their accent wall a 'green apple' green.
Here, you see a better picture of the green wall off to the left. How amazing is this kitchen which completely opens up onto their porch. I also really like the ribbed glass light fixture that is centered over the island. I love the porch furniture with accents of orange and green.
You can see accents of green and orange carried through out the house. The room above is one of the original 1817 rooms. I love the Brunschwig & Fils 'Shaw' fabric on the chimney wing chairs. And, how about the green striped desk paired with the painted floor!! Brilliant!
They hired a decorative painter come to dress up this powder room. It reminds me a lot of de Gournay's cherry blossom wallpaper. Since I'll never be able to afford de Gournay's wallpaper, this might be the next best option!!
Ahh, serenitiy. The master bedroom. The chestnut floors were stenciled with a fortuny-inspired design. And, I like the contrast of the black iron bed with the white walls.
Okay, now I am ready for the summer!! Also, I'm over at Jen and Jana's blog, Opal Never Shouts, guest blogging on ways to freshen your home for spring.