{décor inspiration: the new traditional}


above, boxes, books and art from china and paris flea markets

. . . must confess, has been far too long since have stopped to pick up a magazine, but after happening upon this dramatic and stunning home featured in house beautiful on anna’s blog last week, had immediately made a note to purchase the digital version for the ipad, but after stopping by the bookstore on the way home one night, and gazing upon this west hollywood home again, completely fell in love with the glossy pages and this breezy take on traditional . . .

above, a dramatic entrance


above, the ‘very dramatic and sexy’ black lacquered guest bath, complete with a regency ebony-and-bone mirror

above, a mix of old and new, casual and formal

above, hand-painted portuguese tiles in the powder room

above, the british-colonial guest room





{images, scans by {this is glamorous}: interior design by mark d. sikes & michael griffin, interview by david a. keeps, photography by amy neunsinger for house beautiful december / january 2012}

6 Notes
  • It all looks very dreamy and light and warm! Its making me miss summer even more!

  • Ooooh, I love this soo!! Definitely inspiring! Pretty much obsessed with the entry and bathroom. I just want stark white walls and high gloss black woodwork. L-O-V-E!

  • Love these! They make me feel so cozy on this lazy Sunday morning. Beautiful!

  • gorgeous! especially loving the second to last image of the outdoor area… and the splash of green in the decor is perfect for that light, breezing feeling.
    xo ellie

  • Absolutely stunning. I would even consider picking up the issue! Love, love, love.
    I just want to live here.

  • Wow! Such an abundance of inspiration…

    I have gone through these images three times now, because there are so many lovely things to observe. Thank you for sharing this, Roséline… I think image no.04 of the powder room is my favorite of all, though—the basket, the single rose, the walls, everything is so beautiful :)

    xoxo, Sarah

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