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An artist, antique dealer, residential designer, and interior stylist & decorator, I live in, and am currently restoring, a 200-year-old farmhouse in Germany's Black Forest. This blog echoes my style... a little romantic, a bit whimsical, shabby, and comfortable, with rooms that you can really live your life in.

Interior Styles & Designs

An artist, antique dealer, residential designer, and interior stylist & decorator, I live in, and am currently restoring, a 200-year-old farmhouse in Germany's Black Forest. This blog echoes my style... a little romantic, a bit whimsical, shabby, and comfortable, with rooms that you can really live your life in.

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Maison Market, Spring, TX.
Oval hallway with an inlaid marquetry floor
Abandoned house in France
(via Pinterest)
Entry hallway with arched barrel ceilings and a classic black and white checkerboard tile floor
(via Inspiring Places & Spaces / gorgeous)
Decorating with vintage components: An older French Rococo style gilded mirror and a circa 1920s-1930s jade glass hanging lamp add elegance and interest to this hallway area
(via Elad Gonen & Zeev Beech)
Dramatic arched built-in bookcases and display shelving echo the arched doorway at the end of the hallway
(via HartmanBaldwin Design/Build)
An arcade hallway is comprised of a series of arches, accented with stone facing on the walls, and designer chandeliers
(via Cornerstone Group Architects)
A stone accent wall adds a rustic touch to this contemporary wood hallway
(via Interior Styles and Design: Textures and Colors - Accent Walls)
Interior of an old barn, converted into a home with a contemporary feel, retains its original oak wood beams
(via Viahouse.Com)
Walls painted with wide blue and white stripes make the hallway of this Harlem apartment into an artistic space
(via Frisson)
Love this rustic hallway with the stone and natural wood, and the curved stone staircase at the end.
(via antique stone staircase - traditional - hall - phoenix - by Don Ziebell)
This long hallway is saved from feeling enclosed and boring with the addition of a series of trefoil archways creating perspective.
(via Long Corridor - mediterranean - hall - other metros - by Sunscape Homes, Inc)
This log home adds European touches to it’s rustic interior with antique-style stained glass cabinets, glass and brass chandeliers, and a beautiful herringbone wood floor
(via Interior Decorating & Architecture on InteriorsDesigne.com)
An open two-story floor plan gets definition from arched wooden supports and beams, and antiqued gold walls
(via Para la Casa / oohh nice…)