For many people, the most beautiful season of the year it’s here. Spring arrived and we can take it inside your home with a refreshed and sprightly decoration. Take a look at some ideas, by Elle Decor.
The library of a Manhattan home decorated by Katie Ridder. The sofa and club chair, both by Anthony Lawrence-Belfair, are covered in Holland & Sherry wools, the side table in the corner is one of a pair from Niall Smith Antiques, the camel side table is from John Rosselli Antiques, and the curtains are in a Quadrille fabric; the walls are painted in C2Paint Luxe in Bewilder.
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In Cynthia Rowley’s dining area‘s chairs, banquette, and bolsters are covered in a Cole & Son cotton; the wall covering was designed by Rowley and produced by Flavor Paper.
In Penny Morrison’s Welsh home, the library’s sofa is upholstered in a linen by Romo, the cushions are covered in embroidered Turkish fabrics, and the portrait of the Morrisons’ son, Ted, is by Lucy P. Kent; the curtains are of a linen print by Penny Morrison Fabrics, and the walls are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Arsenic.
In the sitting area of the master bedroom of Jon and Keith Meacham’s Nashville home, the sofa and bergère are upholstered in a custom-printed cotton by Hazelton House, which was also used for the curtains. The custom bench is upholstered in a Holly Hunt fabric, and the cocktail table is Chinese; the shelving unit is by West Elm, and the walls are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Estate Emulsion in Blackened.
In a fashion executive’s home in Patmos, Greece, the kitchen countertops are poured concrete, and the doors, window frames, and custom cabinetry are all painted in a custom color.
In the ground-floor sitting room of a London townhouse designed by Philip Vergeylen, the slipper chairs, upholstered in a cotton velvet by Lewis & Wood, and the sofa are by Nicholas Haslam Ltd., the ikat pillows are from Istanbul, and the 19th-century Korean screen was bought at Christie’s; the table covering is in a linen by Jim Thompson, and the rug is by the Rug Company.
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The cabinets and smoked mirror-paneled bar in the pool pavilion of a Bridgehampton house designed by Timothy Haynes and Kevin Roberts are custom made, the counters are cast glass, and the circa-1970s stools are attributed to Karl Springer; the 1960s chandelier is made of Murano glass, and the floors are of honed Thassos and Atlantic Blue marble.
In Alex Papachristidis’s Manhattan apartment bedroom, shades of blue are all layered together.
In Erika Bearman’s (also known as @OscarPRGirl) Southampton house designed by Miles Redd, the sunny yellow guest room has an armchair that was found at Christie’s, the sheets are by Schweitzer Linen, and the wallpaper is China Seas’ Lyford Trellis.
In Lisa Perry’s Palm Beach house, the kitchen’s custom-made cabinets are topped with Corian counters, the pendant lights are by FontanaArte, the stools were found in Belgium, and the floor is porcelain tile; the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore Regal in Chantilly Lace; the word placemats are by Perry.