I'm so sorry that I didn't save the source of these images!! If you know, please let me know so I can link back.
[Hi eveyone. I've updated the first three photos. I should have known! They are from my absolute favorite blog: Grange de Charm. Every photo Tania posts is so beautiful. Please visit her site if you haven't already. It is wonderful!]
This gorgeous room by Meg Adams Interior Design was my favorite at the Atlanta designer show house last summer. My friend Vicky featured it this week in her post on "gutsy" design on Room Service ~ Decorating 101.
Everyone who has seen this photo will remember the turquoise chandelier. I wanted to share more shots of this room. It has so many wonderful pieces.
I love this china cabinet. I need this china cabinet.
This huge marble slab was a show stopper. It was so elegant resting on top of rough wood beams.
Everyone knows I love a Louis Phillipe mirror. But how cute are the little parakeets? If only cat hair was a design accessory! I have a pair of lamps in the shop that would be perfect in this vignette.
And finally, the element that relates back to the chandelier.
Have a wonderful weekend!
P.S. The wall cabinet is being tweaked. Photos soon.
There is something about all these images that I like. They are bold and fresh, and are a little edgier than the pictures I usually share.
They are either from Elle Decor magazine, or remind me of Elle Decor's style.
I would love these looks in a Miami waterfront house. So when I win the lottery, I'm going to pull out my Elle Decor collection for inspiration photos that are slightly modern; that push me outside my comfort zone.
I admire Margaret Russell. After 20 years of success at Elle Decor, the Editor-in-Chief took a risk to become the new Editor of Architectural Digest. Who could forget her formidable presence on Top Design?
Best wishes to Margaret and the new Architectural Digest. I'm looking forward to the January issue.
And, I'm going to take a page from Margaret's book and step outside my comfort zone every once in a while. How about you?
Belle Francaise Interiors @ DuPre's Antique Market
Visit my shoppe in DuPre's Antique Market in Marietta, Georgia for a collection of antiques and accessories that are enchanting and eclectic! Belle Francaise Interiors' treasures are white, chippy, old, European and sparkly. For design ideas featuring items in the shoppe, click on the "shopping" label below or visit posts with "Retail Therapy" in my blog library.
How Do You Say My Petite Shoppe in French?
For information about select items in the shoppe, click [here].