Editor's Note: Today I am wearing one of my favorite dresses by Vince that I inherited from Riley-- sorry Riley I don't think you will be getting this back and my leather Coach strappy sandals.
I had the pleasure of going through this month's issue of Elle Decor yesterday. The article that I want to feature I love! Since I mostly do Traditional Interiors I dropped Elle Decor for a while but with my upcoming Transitional job I subscribed again to the magazine and have really enjoyed it! I pride myself in my researched on jobs to make my clients home perfect in every way for them. Here is this incredible article on the home design by the Scott Maddux out of London. I hope you enjoy the article as much as I did!
I love the fabric leading from the bed to the wall. This print is incredible. I also love how the bed is inserted in the wall.
Absolutely precious inlaid side table.
This Living Room is fabulous! I absolutely adore the chandelier--I sent the picture to a client for her home.
The Clarence House fabric on the chairs is so happy and fresh! I love the shape of the sexy vintage sofa!
Oh this building and the gardens! So English and so wonderful!
This Tete-e-tete sofa in the middle of the room speaks volumes! I also love the accompany chair and the large piece of art. Just beautiful!
What a beautiful clean and architectural gorgeous room!
The legs on this table are so interesting. They have so much personality!
Stunning entry with the beautiful blush walls and I love the green banquette. I do banquettes whenever and wherever I can!
I have a thing about them.
What a fabulous outdoor setting! The upholster is beautiful and I love the tables.
This chandelier in this Dining Room is so unique as is the Dining table. The sliding door going into the next room is so unusual.
The first thing I noticed in this beautiful bedroom was the cornis. So well done, shapely, and speaks volumes.
The Venetian chandelier is a crowning touch!
Article: Elle Decor "Great Expectations"
Interior Designer: Scott Maddux of Maddux Creative
Architecture: Nathaniel Gee by Nathaniel Gee Architects
Photography: Ricardo LaBougle
Text: Iam Phillips
Steel Magnolia Tip # 34: Let the beauty in your heart shine every day!
This quote made me cry.
My time is my biggest asset. I try not to let anyone waste it!
Dinner last night was my family loved stuffed squash and lampchops. Delicious!
Oh I sing loud and clear whenever this song comes on my iTunes. What a gifted lady!