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Friday, June 4, 2010

Daily deliciousness

Chris Dyson Architects via Desire to Inspire.

(I'm ignoring the dog.)

18 comments:

Teri said...

oh, I like!

What color is on the walls?

brismod said...

Ha! I was thinking you were tolerating the dog until I saw your final comment. It's a great room.

Still Blonde after all these YEARS said...

Don't you think the chandelier is a little...MUCH?

Laura @ EdenRose said...

Before i scrolled down and read (ignoring the dog) i was thinking 'no way she likes that dog' ha ha we know you so well XX

Tracy said...

The dog is odd, but not as weird as the light thing... which reminds me of something far, far more annoying.

David said...

If anyone knows where one could find an old leather chesterfield, in black, I'm jonesing bad.

david john said...

fantastic. raina, you found my dream home...

drollgirl said...

er, i think we need to ignore the light fixture, too.

Raina Cox said...

Teri - It looks like a greige with a touch of green.

Still Blonde, Tracy, Drollgirl - Oh man! The chandelier is my favorite part. Even if it does resemble a cluster of multi-colored half-filled condoms.

Cashon&Co said...

I think it's interesting and artistic therefore I like.

nkp said...

Stunning. Those wing chairs are so fabulous. I want! And I love the art and the deep caramel sofa and the wall color...so, so good.

JuliaB said...

Love love love the light fitting (and the dog!) but really dislike the table. The paint colour is going to be in my house in the not too distant future - it's gorgeous.

Tonia @Chic Modern Vintage said...

I want the chairs, I can do without the rest

The Down East Dilettante said...

Yup. That combination of richly executed 18th century paneling, painted one of those heavily pigmented lickable Farrow & Ball colors, and then nicely filled with lots of edgy simple things. Whoever did this knows how to play the game---mix it up well.

As for the dog, those rolling toys always seem to come with some story about grandfather's little brother who played with it every day and died of typhoid at age six....

erin@designcrisis said...

Who could hate that light fixture?

david john said...

that light fixture is kinda crazy, but it adds that touch of whimsy to that room. i really adore it and i bet it just glows when its on!

susieq said...

I love the wingchairs and chesterfield. And the entire room. I'm not wild for the part wall-affixed, part floor lamp. Love the wall color -- very F&B.

Lady from Connecticut said...

The dog is the best part of that room, besides the molding