I hope many of you are getting ready to enjoy a long weekend! I wanted to share part 2 of my Blairsden Mansion recap, again focusing on the details rather than the full room. If you missed "Part 1" check it out here!
Let's begin with fellow Interior Redecorator Susan Hayes! Congratulations!
Love this puppy portrait and wallpaper in the Puppy's Suite #29 by Re-Feather Your Nest Decorating, LLC
Plaster moldings & upholstered walls #30 James Yarosh Associates Fine Art Gallery
Quarter stool #30
Original glass doorknob and lock
Layered bedding with lighting #31 Sandra John Interior Design
Lots of dog love this year!#36 Plumberry Designs Inc.
Layered sisal rug #39 Elizabeth Guest Interiors LLC
Crisp styling in blue and white with fresh plant #39
Curtains trimmed with crystal beaded fringe #39
Window sill styling #40 C.R. InteriorDesign LLC
Vignette styling #43 James Rixner Inc.
Chunky curtain tieback with striped sheers and beaded trim #43
Tabletop wireframe vases #43
I love the colors, contrast, and items in this simple vignette #43
Love this Baccarat chandelier also in #43! Photos are amazing though, can you pick out that one burgundy red crystal? I had no idea it was there while in person taking this photo..... it must be their signature!
Bookshelf styling with sculpture and books #44 Fun House Furnishings & Design LLC
Upholstered ottoman with center hard surface tray #44
More bookshelf styling love! #44
This mansion has call buttons all over the place! Hello... Butler???
I love this dramatic photo of the kitchen renovation #47 Canterbury Design
In progress.... plastic mold process #48 BLDG 39.
Another sheer stripe curtain with matching trim #50 Greenbaum Interiors
Outside furniture & decor by Garden Cottage #51, Swirly landscape pattern by #L4 APLDNJ Associations of Professional Landscape Designers
Contemporary outdoor furniture & fire pit #51
Bold colors in this outdoor living area, can you see "fallen aristocracy layered with multi-generational decay"? It's just beautiful. #52 Scott Salvator Inc.
Walled Garden #L3 by Back to Nature Home & Garden
Benjamin Moore paints used throughout the Mansion
So there it is! Again I hope you are able to go see the Blairsden Mansion for yourself if you're in the area this May. Otherwise I hope you enjoyed seeing some inspiring photos and design work!
Have a great memorial weekend.
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