I like this room so much, I decided to look around for some "inspired" pieces for my own space.
Paris Club Chair, $899. It's not a wing chair, but the lines are elegant and I love the black piping on the white cushions.
Iron and glass table, $198.
Aren't these marvelous? By Italian designer Paola Navone, maker Reichenback. The name of the line is "Taste." These shapes are fantastic enough to be artwork - and perfect for hanging.
Thomas Paul melamine plates. To eat off of, or mix in with the Navone pieces.
What's your inspiration room?
Chair and table: www.outdoorgardenfurniture.net. Plates: splendidwillow.com. Melamine plates: thomaspaul.com. Zebra rug: apartmenttherapy.com. Pillow: westelm.com.
Wonderful-I love the NYC townhouse outdoor spaces of Miles Redd and Charlotte Moss.
Outdoors wise it was this quaint interior courtyard in Quebec City.
Brick wall, ironwork & killer food...oh it was a bistro to!!!!!
Great post. I love it all Those chairs are great!
Gorgeous shot from Wearstler. And those plates are amazing -- I saw them in Met Home this past issue and am completely won over.
I love those Italian pieces - thanks for the intro!
i really, really need to start working on my plate wall...love the plates you chose.
The plate display personifies the power of visual repetition.
Though I agree with you on this particular Kelly vignette .. . I'm finding her most recent work less than inspirational. It's as if she needs to step back and cut to the essence, instead of trying to take "over the top" to another level.
I don't know how I missed this post... Adore the room and admittedly thought it WAS indoors. Great chairs and great Italian plates!!
I love all of what you picked together. Neat find on the outdoor zebra rug.
Wow talk about classy and absolutely beautiful! I can see why this is such an inspiration for you. I especially like the patio furniture sets they chose.
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