|From Things That Inspire|
We were most amused today, when perusing the Atlanta based blog, Things That Inspire, click here ,to see our choice of Brandon Beige by Benjamin Moore, used for exterior shutters- when "we" had only recently selected the same colour for our interior walls!
|Brandon Beige satin walls, DFID|
|No. 6, Saint Michael's Alley, Charleston, SC|
This also reminded me of one of our pet projects in Charleston- with the "Sevres" green shutters and door- so adroitly chosen by our discerning, very well traveled clients. We used many hundreds of yards of Scalamandre' silks and trims in this house, and one day, the Bitters (founders of Scalamandre') came by and wanted to rent the house! I am so partial to this very French shade of turquoise....
|The Pink Door, Greensboro, NC|
Now, the last time I was in Greensboro, the walls of this section of The Pink Door Interiors were painted in a very similar shade of green...perhaps this image is just distorted in colour due to the photography? It is fun to see how colours on the outside can also be seen on the inside.
|Tom Britt, NYSD|
We also adore the relationship between fashion and interiors- here, NY decorator (and a mentor of mine) Thomas Burgin Britt used a blue satin on his Billy Baldwin slipper chairs, one of my and our all time fave models. How fabulous! James Andrew, another dear friend, and former Hadley protege' is WEARING blue satin (below) !!!
|Scott McBee, James Andrew, Bennett Weinstock, Jamie Drake, NYSD|
If you follow design blogs, you may know that dear James has a fantastic one, What Is James Wearing, to view, click here . James Andrew is most often seen in Tom Ford era Gucci...we love this highly decorative group shot of super powerful NY decorators! Check out today's post on NYSD (New York Social Diary) for more.
|From Michael Taylor Interior Design|
Above, the 1973 room, which was in San Francisco, created by our fave decorator of the past, Michael Taylor. Pink and green...who (whom?) does that bring to mind? hmmm.... LILLY PULITZER !!!
|The late, great, Lilly Pulitzer Rousseau|
So, I guess we all just know- these colour palettes have an endless, wonderful, inspiring way of being seen in dual relationships. Very intriguing! Food for thought, no doubt. Enjoy! Cheers! DF *****