Wednesday, April 28, 2010
The crisp look of blue walls and white trim makes a statement of contrast. Whether or not a special technique was used on the blue walls, white trim asserts clean lines of delineation.Furniture in dark wood tones such as cherry and mahogany are usually chosen for formal rooms such as the dinning room and look right at home all year long when surrounded by blue and white, regardless of the shade of blue.
Sunday, April 4, 2010
I would like to thank Weiss & Wirth Interior Design and Neil Alexander Photography for use of these beautiful photographs.
Weiss & Wirth Interior Design. They are a full-service interior design firm headquartered in the U.S. near Aspen, Colorado.
Weiss & Wirth Interior Design (970) 945-5701
Photography Courtesy of Neil Alexander Photography
Neil Alexander Photography firstname.lastname@example.org (504) 813-9460
Brown Davis designed new paneling in the family room, where they repurposed furniture from the couple’s previous home. The print is by Robert Motherwell.
In the dining room, golden drapes warm the north-facing windows. The rosewood table, upholstered chairs, banquette and rug were designed by Brown Davis.
In the living room off the stair hall, Brown and Davis unified the seating groups with a Chinese-inspired rug of their own design. More here: http://www.homeanddesign.com/article.asp?paper=95&cat=158&article=20835
A Gene Davis abstract painting lends a modern touch to the master bedroom, which is decorated in soft, neutral colors.
Comfortable seating and a casual, glass-topped table make the den an inviting place to unwind. See more here: