Push The Envelope – P + T Interiors

As I’ve mentioned in past posts, I’m drawn to an array of design sensibilities..but I always strive to include something unexpected and exciting in my work…I often achieve this concept with dramatic lighting, graphic prints, found objects, color and interesting art. The images pictured here by NYC based P and T interiors do just that; a bit of avant garde goes a long way…

CREATIVE SPACE – A DESIGNER’S PLACE

Sorry for the lack of posts, it’s been a crazy week.
Image: InStyle Home, Winter 07.

Designer Jennifer Delonge’s amazing office, have you seen her entire fresh + funky home? If not, let me know, I’ll be happy to post it…{it’s fashionably cool}

While I’m on the subject, I had to mention her new line of graphic prints……

Orlando Diaz-Azcuy’s clean labratory {he has his employees wear white lab coats}
Image: Interior Design Magazine, March 2005.

This is a snapshot of my office, it’s definitely a work in progress.

The walls are a deep chocolate, the desk is white lacquer, and my chair is far from finished. {see below} I found that baby one Christmas Eve {day} just waiting for me on the side of the road. I’ve been known to stop traffic for a find with good lines..in any case, I’m going to cover it in a rich, warm coral velvet and spray the legs a high gloss white…My rug is sea grass and the windows are going to be covered in floor to ceiling white, duck cloth drapes…for a shot of pattern I am using a chocolate and white damask on a simple skirted chair. I need art work etc, but it’s evolving…. I’ll keep you posted on the progress. oh and the ceiling is covered in a shagreen wall covering…

My inspiration board {tack board courtesy of Pottery Barn}
I’m always adding to this….

{I apologize for the flash, my office is on the North side of the house}

The chair + the fabric + eventually white, glossy legs


The Queen herself..
Image: Modern Glamour

Children’s wear designer Cordelia de Castellane‘s, home office nook is tucked under her staircase Image: House and Garden

Celerie Kemble’s Office
Image: Celerie Kemble