It's probably no surprise that one of my all-time favorite designers is Darryl Carter. I swear everything he does is pure perfection. I admire his restrained style, love of pale neutrals and use of stunning antiques reupholstered in the most exquisite fabrics. The home he designed featured in the latest issue of Veranda is no exception. I'm sharing just a few of the images from the house. I don't want to spoil it for you in case you haven't had a chance to read the article yet. I seriously can't stop staring at it!
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It's been a while since I featured a fellow interior designer on my blog. Liz Carroll is not only someone I call a friend, but an incredibly talented designer. One of the rooms she designed was recently featured on Project Nursery. Did you see it? I adore the color combination of gorgeous apple green, navy, white and neutrals. It's so fresh and inviting. I have no doubt the little boy that gets to call this room his own is loving every square inch of it!
Are you sick of me talking about Steven Gambrel? I hope not, because I just learned his first book is coming out in April. I've already pre-ordered it on Amazon and cannot wait! You can pre-order your copy here if you'd like one, too. You know you want one!
Here's the book description straight from Amazon...
'The first book from renowned New York–based designer Steven Gambrel showcases his bold and innovative designs. Featuring 10 individual residences photographed by Eric Piasecki, Steven Gambrel illustrates the designer’s fresh approach to color and composition in creating spaces that reflect, support, and enhance the lifestyles of today while at the same time embracing the history of each individual home. From Manhattan townhouses and apartments to beachside retreats in the Hamptons, Gambrel has a passion for timeless and unique interiors that allow him to design a backdrop for individual and changing lives. The photographs and accompanying text, written by Gambrel himself, reveal the inside stories behind stunning interiors that feature his signature mix of the modern and the traditional, and give the reader a window into his unique inspirations and design point of view.'
I have no doubt it's going to be beautiful!