{architect: diana kellogg}

. . . the leaves have already begun to fall and am increasingly drawn to warm and woodsy places, especially when paired with crisp whites, glittering chandeliers and dramatically dark accents . . .

{images: diana kellogg via desire to inspire}

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Blogger Gift-Ink said...

Love the chandelier and the intense blue artwork. Classic yet modern.

September 10, 2009  
Blogger A Life More Fabulous said...

I just love Diana's work and especially this apartment! I'd just posted on this same one on Wednesday. Great minds...

September 10, 2009  
Blogger Katherine said...

Very cool chandelier!

September 11, 2009  
Blogger sarathira sukiman said...

loving the detailings on the chandelier especially the tassel! so cute.

September 11, 2009  
Blogger Sarah Kate said...

The first picture is great. I love exposed beams. Great post!

September 11, 2009  
Anonymous Julie Ann said...

Hi - I discovered your wonderful blog very recently and have spent far too many inspired hours drooling over your past posts. Never has a blog been better named ! I couldn't find much about the author however, would love to know a little about you. Many thanks for all the eye candy ! Jx

September 11, 2009  
Anonymous The Gardener's Eden said...

Gorgeous. Makes me want to hang a chandelier in the barn and dance with a glass of mulled wine in hand.
Pure inspiration.

September 11, 2009  
Blogger Elise said...

Hello, I love this post. You have the most beautiful and perfect site here. Thank you so much for sharing it ... & best wishes

September 11, 2009  
Blogger Mimi said...

Love this room..so much light..exposed beams..fireplace..eclectic artwork and mid-century deign..really great!
Relaxed living and very chic.

September 11, 2009  
Blogger KLEE said...

love it


September 11, 2009  
Blogger {this is glamorous} said...

A Life More Fabulous – yes, it’s such a fantastic place – thank you for letting me know about your post – shall definitely stop by for a visit

Elise – thank you

Michaela – sounds lovely!

Julie Ann – thanks so much for such a lovely comment – flattered that you would like to know more – here are a few links to recent interviews . . .

http://www.sesamemedia.com/ {see blogs we ♥}







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Wishing you a lovely weekend!

September 11, 2009  

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