More of an artist home. Her son's room, which of coarse sports his own art work. How cool is his rendition of the solar system on a brown bag paper?
The Master wasn't quite ready for photo shoot yet (they have been in this house only a short while). This extra long antique textile fragment was purchased before the house was built. We put our heads together and came up with cutting it in half and using it as a relaxed top treatment. I think it turned out marvelous!
The Master Bath is elegant and funky - all at the same time.
One year at an antique show in Atlanta, Aimee and I splurged on a couple of vintage nude oils, promising that we would each sell one and each keep one for ourselves. Aimee did great! Her keeper is hanging here without a frame, daintily tacked on the wall. Mine on the other hand is still rolled up and put away. (OMG! Art for my newly revived office?! Sorry Aimee, I'm copying!)
If this isn't a great little guest bath, I don't know what is!?
Pears in the hallway by Peyton Hutchinson. Strawberries and apple by Aimee Tramonatana.
Collection of chopsticks. Someone once told me, "collections are good for your soul." Hey - we've got soul.
Everyone needs a "blue" feather in their nest - More to come.