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We’re sooo excited! Our 1670 antique colonial featured in Design New England is finally on the news stands and available digitally! A special thanks to Loren Savini of Design New England for her wonderfully written story and Michael J Lee for his beautiful photographs!

Have a wonderful week!

 

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This week, I’ve been featuring images on the Wilson Kelsey Design Facebook page from a project published in a 2010 issue of Cote Ouest. My four years of high school French, taken many moons ago, is simply inadequate to translate or be able to identify the designer(s) of this beautiful project. I saved my favorite for last – to post here. From tile floor pattern, to the millwork’s details – I’m in love with everything about this vignette! Doesn’t hurt that the the color purple in all it’s tints and hues imbues the whole image with it’s presence. A cup of tea and a warm muffin in the morning. A good book in the evening. I’d be there every spare moment!

Have  wonderful weekend!

Be sure to drop the Wilson Kelsey Design Facebook page to see other images of the project and to read about Thursday’s design adventure…

Cheers,

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In the midst of our 24″ snow fall last Friday and Saturday, I spent time going thru our older Design Idea Books. I’ve realized that Pinterest is a perfect place to “store” all these images. My plan is to scan and post the pages of our Idea Books on our Pinterest site. I came across this set of pictures and posted them on our site. They are of a country estate in Normandy. I like them for their unpretentiousness. Yet the feeling conveyed is if sophistication and grace.

Foyer Detail.

 

Salon.

 

Paneling details.

 

Breakfast Room.

Wouldn’t you love having breakfast here every morning?

Cheers,

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