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Friday, March 30, 2012


This week while flipping one of my old Veranda’s magazine I came across again with James Huniford. At this time the article was about his Greenwich village house in NYC. When I flipped the first page of the article I fell in love again (I say again because I had this magazine for a long time and I have seen these photos a while ago); with the serene and neutral palette of the house, filled with full of personality objects and art. In the article he says “I love found or natural things as art. Especially natural things from the sea”. There is a mix of old and new, modern and traditional that personally attracts me a lot. I believe that’s an interior to inspire… if you are into that kind of combination of styles. My tip is: if you like to collected things as James Huniford I would advise you to design an interior that is clean and simple with elegant major furniture pieces, and let your found objects stand out as pieces of art in an embracing gallery.

All photos credits to photographer William Waldron

Thursday, March 15, 2012

GET THE LOOK SERIES: If I had a house in the country…

I always that this love for stone houses… I dream that one day I will live in a stone house. To keep my dream alive I look for stone houses all the time and fantasized living there. I imagine how I would decorate them… how I would create the interior complementing the exterior. Here I would like to share one of my favorite stone houses (but believe me_I have a lot of favorites). If you link to my Pinterest page you would see that I have been building a board with all of the “stone beauties” that help me keeping my dream alive. By the way, for those who don’t know what is Pinterest… it’s my new “obsession”; and as I know an obsession of many other ones. So, BE CAREFUL!
Anyway, if you are curious: check it out!

Going back to my dream house… and how I would decorate it… The photo below is one of my favorite as I said before. A house designed by Stan Dixon Architects.
As lovely as it is I am creating a warm and welcome entrance interior, follow by the first living room.





REMEMBER: RG Art & Design can help you to create collections of furniture according to your taste and space dimensions.  If you want to learn more about it check our website at E-decorating.


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