Welcome to the redesigned LBS of Flesh fashion blog!
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Let's start the year off w/ some beautiful Interiors!
No rhyme or reason here, just chose rooms I like that feel warm to me
a Robert Couturier victorian style living room
Frédéric Malle's dining room
Pink rug, deep green walls & matching chairs.
Le Salon Hollandais - the dining room at Chateau De Groussay by designer Emilio Terry.
It was built in 1815 by the duchesse de Charest, a daughter of the governess of
Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette's children.
Love the large globes on the chandelier - looks like glowing fruit on a vine!
Room at the Lyford Cay Club in the Bahamas by designer Tom Scheerer
Reminds me of Golden Girls for some reason.
Love this deep turquoise wall with the gold velvet armchairs
Black-stained wood-panelled foyer by Rafael de Cárdenas
a blush-colored dining room w/ sandstone dining table by Celerie Kemble
David Netto’s midcentury house, built by architect Richard Neutra in 1959.
Just look at that exposed fireplace! So chic.
Warm corner window workspace.
1853 Second Empire Victorian parlour in Ohio.
designer Kelly Wearstler's black front hall
Designer Jeffrey Bilhuber's Long Island home, built in 1668.
The hallway is papered with Quadrille wallpaper, a historical reissue called Climbing Hydrangea that first appeared in a scene in Gone with the Wind (1940).
I found the same paper in purple used in a bedroom
The pink guest bathroom in Jeffrey Bilhuber's home.
Calm, bright but warm nursery
a serene dining room in Brooklyn by Tom Scheerer
A busy living room that I just had to include because of the
Sweet little armchair for a child with a fawn-print fabric
(they call it antelope print)
Warm grey bedroom by Artistic Design
The flat of interior designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent.
A little too white, but the gold tufted chairs and textured rug warm it up.