{décor inspiration : the perfect mix of art and life}


. . . and it has been a while since there has been décor that so inspired -- not since the display cabinets, in fact, has there been anything that made one take a second look -- that is, until recently happening upon the story behind tom develan's inspiration for his own spaces: "general whiteness punctuated with dabs of color" and
"the perfect balance of color and whiteness, of scribbles and negative space, of spontaneity and mindfulness"; and it all began with a photograph by horst p. horst of artist's cy twombly's home, and ended with the perfect mix of art and life . . .




[images: tom delavan's living room, gilt home & the new york times via simply smitten by kirstin kerr; painting by cy twombly, triumph of galatea, 1961 via here]

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Anonymous Krissy said...

This has always been one of my favourite spaces. I love those huge windows and ceiling height book shelves. To. Die. For.

April 13, 2012  
Blogger Kristin Kerr said...

Thank you for linking to my post! Your description of the design is as lovely as the space! xo kk

April 13, 2012  
Anonymous Plum Pretty Sugar Loungerie said...

Beautiful!! xo

April 13, 2012  
Anonymous Jessica Buckley Interiors said...

Stunning! I love rooms which are predominantly white but have some pretty colour in just the right doses. Really lovely!

April 14, 2012  
Blogger Jane Flanagan said...

Stunning! I love this.

April 15, 2012  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You've misspelled the name of the designer. It's Tom Delavan, not "develan" as you posted.

June 18, 2012  
Blogger {this is glamorous} said...

anonymous -- thanks for catching :)

June 18, 2012  

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