I was smitten with a few things:
Sitting room - Chinese Chippendale-style chairs painted in a lovely lemongrass-yellow color with two of my favorite Benjamin Moore paint shades: Walls/BM Sea Haze, Trim/BM Silver Dollar.
Pool - floating stainless spheres: General Home Store.
Loft Office - Bamboo chair from 1stDibs.com, covered in Lulu DK.
Bedroom - Burlap curtains with grosgrain ribbon trim, and bed linens via Matouk and Ralph Lauren.
Bedroom - Gorgeous wall color, BM Conch Shell Pink.
Entry - A collection of sea finds, as well as a coach lantern from a London antiques shop.
Photos: Roger Davies via Elle Decor
Elizabeth Cecil has graced the pages of Edible Vineyard magazine, since its inception, with her sumptuously, simplistic photos. The works above, from her interior collection, have my favorite hue of comforting, warm blue. The quote is of Daniel Pink - motivator, author and speaker - a thought for the right-brained.
Cecil's work is on view at the new pep art gallery, which recently opened on 5/30. Vineyard Haven, 5-Corners @ 7 Beach Street.
This is the most ingenious piece of real estate marketing, that I have yet to see...ever. Quentin Bacon, you are the master behind the masterpiece...love the cinematography. As well - Scott Hargis beautiful stills...wow. The steam rising off the water, at sunrise....I wanted to be there, just gorgeous.
Adoring my creative colleagues...congrats!
Scott Sanders' new book Picture Perfect, is chock-full of clean-lined classicism, and documentation of the Anderson home, of which he designed - from original floor-plan drawings, to color schematics, to finished installation. Sanders formerly served as Director of Ralph Lauren's interior design department.
Photos: Portrait: William Geddes/Interior: Michel Arnaud