Monday, January 16, 2017
A whole lot of lovely home and art today. Colorful, warm, simply delightful, enjoy.
The living area is awash in light and filled with cozy spots to curl up and relax.
Martin Lechner Carré #00841116
oil on canvas on panel 150 x 150 cm
The family’s dog, Noa, relaxes in the master bedroom amid cozy alpaca pillows and throws that Jenni sourced for Intiearth. “I always use white linen for the bed,” Jenni says. “It’s just so clean and soothing. It feels great in winter and summer, and I think it looks even prettier when it’s wrinkly.” She scored the settee for $100 and recovered it in a natural linen.
Mid 19th Century Staffordshire Part Dinner Service
Mustard-yellow sofas and an oversize mirror make dramatic statements in the living room of New York food guru Alison Cayne.
Photo by Joe Schmelzer
Photo by Nicole LaMotte
A slab of marble previously used for still-life photo shoots was transformed into a rolling kitchen island. Because the house is relatively narrow, Jenni wanted to have the option to move the island rather than install it in a fixed location. “In a small space, it’s really important that you don’t have a lot of things that feel heavy or weighted or cluttered,” she says. “I like a room to feel open and pretty minimalist.”
Mid 19th Century Staffordshire Part Dinner Service, detail
The Connecticut living room of decorating doyenne Bunny Williams features multiple touches of gold.