Friday, August 30, 2013

1stDibs - Washington D.C.

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I've been wanting to do a 1stDibs post again after doing this one here and here last summer so I began looking in Washington, D.C.  What better way to celebrate Labor Day then to go back to our roots that started this great movement of breaking for a day to recognize the contributions workers have made to our country.  

This top 10 list all started with the Queen Anne style wingback in the red and white toile from Spurgeon Lewis Antiques.  From there, I couldn't resist the blue and white star quilt from Stella Rubin.  Definitely some red white and blue so it's not my kind of everyday living but would be perfect in a lake house or second home.  

I absolutely loved antiquing in Washington, Maryland and Virginia when I lived there.  I remember making several trips to The Great British Pine so I love this pine chest of drawers.  The Regency style Sheffield silver plate lamp and bust would look perfect on the chest with a stack of books.  

The English flow blue soup plates would look beautiful in the painted pine buffet deux corps.  I can see this in a breakfast room with the painted round table and the mix of a more contemporary look with the mid-century modern resin string chairs.  

Hope you enjoyed cyber antiquing with me...HAPPY LABOR DAY!

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Saturday, August 24, 2013

Hampton Houses No 34

Watermill, NY
5 Bedrooms 6.5 Baths

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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Andrew Roby House on Atlantic Beach

Remember this photo I shared with you last year of our trip to Atlantic Beach here?  Well I was dying to see what this house looked like on the inside and I ran across the interior photos the other day after seeing an Andrew Roby image on Georginia Design's Tumblr site here .  I am super excited to show you this home done by General Contractor Andrew Roby (website here).  This home is full of wonderful features including ash wood walls, an elevator, and much more.  
Hope you enjoy!  

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Sunday, August 18, 2013

John Murray + Victoria Hagan in the Hamptons

East Hampton
10 Bedrooms 12.5 Baths
17,000 sq. ft.

I spotted this beauty via one of my favorite Tumblr sites The Foo Dog Ate My Homework (see it here).  Immediately I had to check it out for myself and found it on Sotheby's website.  This home is designed by some of my favorites in the industry - John Murray was the Architect and Victoria Hagan did the interiors.  Built in 2010 on 5.8 acres this luxury home in East Hampton has it all.  Idyllic Hampton architecture and classic interiors make this home a dream.  

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Saturday, August 17, 2013

1928 Spanish Gem

204 S Canyon View Drive
Brentwood, CA
3 Bedrooms 2.5 Baths
Listed by David Offer

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