First of all, apologies for unexpectedly being absent on Friday. It was one of those days where I literally didn't have a single free moment to blog. Not even at 5 am when my day started! I hate it when that happens as I miss you terribly when I'm away from here. I also wanted to thank everyone who left comments on Thursday. The photo shoot went wonderfully and your feedback really helped us prioritize our shots!
Recently I came across the home of Herve Pierre, Creative Director of Carolina Herrera, on The Selby and was very intrigued by the play with humor and whimsy.
Beyond the oodles of eye candy, aren't these black gloved hands as curtain holders the coolest thing you've ever seen? A bit spooky, but definitely fabulous.
I tend to go with a less is more approach in my designs, but here we see that more is definitely more. Books and boxes piled high leave no shortage of visual delight.
I'm in love with the brilliant use of scale in the bathroom. The oversized perfume bottles make the tiny toilet paper holder chair all the more playful and fun!
Pattern on pattern done right! The curvy fabric on the skirted roundtable and lines of the wallpaper somehow remain calming even when placed against each other. The secret is their muted qualities and faint details.
A man who clearly loves hats, I adore the way the pictures are displaced. Blue matting helps tie in the adjoining room's color palette while everyday clips keep it simple.
Never has checkered looked so opulent! I love being kept on my toes like that. We expected downhome country, but instead we get a space fit for royalty.
All this fabulosity leaves me wondering. Who is the crazy talented designer behind this home? Could it be Mr. Miles Redd?