Just wanted to share with you this collection of images that I found on the website of Interior Stylist, Lucyina Moodie. These images are wonderful and enchanting. Not only are they beautiful, but they are a great tool for me to learn how to create stylized images of my furniture. Especially since it's Wrought Iron and it can easily be cast in an unflattering light. I love how the tables are stacked with dishes and food, drinks and glasses, lemons and florals. Every door and every cabinet is slightly opened. And the pillows, so many beautiful pillows, sitting on chairs. It's as if the seating was made for a pillow and not for a derriere.
Mill Neck, Long Island is a known site for many old world estate properties owned and enjoyed by some of New York's elite. What's fascinating about this property, is that with all it's grandeur and prestige, it feels like a home in the suburbs. It clearly is not. The architectural detailing is phenomenal, the trim work over the doors, over sized arched windows and doors , detailing on ceilings, Wrought iron staircase and so much more. Interior Designer, Sherrill Canet decided not to compete with these features, and instead chose to simplify on a collection of tailored but livable pieces. And this home feels like just that, lived in. Too often, large estates are decorated so lavishly, it's almost impossible to enjoy them for all the adornments. Not here! Here is where you really get a sense of Poise and Perspective.
All images taken from Sherrll Canet website. it's worth checking out, she has a lovely porfolio!
Look at the stars,
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