1.04.2011

oh, erin martin...

House Beautiful has shaken up the magazine a bit lately with a new editor and new features-I have to say I like it! It does help that a home designed by one of my favorites, Erin Martin, was featured in the latest issue. Her attention to detail is always inspiring--the chains hanging in the fireplace especially delight me.


(scanned via House Beautiful)

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

I really enjoyed talking to Erin. She's every bit as interesting as her interiors!
lisa cregan

Megan Daly said...

So beautiful!! Erin knows what she's doing. ;)

sarah, flourish design + style said...

So, so good!

Lindsey said...

Soooo lovely. You know, I've tried to do neutrals for a few rounds, but lately people have come into my home and been surprised it's not more full of color. Maybe I'll have to continue turning over more design leaves.

Tiffany @ Savor Home said...

House Beautiful NEVER lets me down! I loved that feature as well. The bed in particular caught my eye. It's unique and stylish. And I am huge fan of neutrals. Great post!

Marianne - Style For Living said...

Such a beautiful home!

Brittany {Gallery No. Eight} said...

Gorgeous!! Erin Martin is definitely going on the list as a fave designer :) Thanks for sharing!!

Alcira Molina-Ali said...

I thought this was a good issue and I ADORED the chimney chains ;)
Several of my readers over at Nero were more nonplussed by it all.
Glad to see I'm not the only one who enjoyed the Erin Martin bit -- and oooh, there was a Carrara and Chinese-chaired kitchen that was rather glorious too.
Cheers, Alcira

nerochronicles.com

Michaela said...
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Michaela said...

I love that bench opposite the window in the first photo. The base looks like something you store firewood in. Makes you wonder if that's indeed what it was in a previous life.

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Spots & Stripes said...

The living room is fabulous. I like the scale of the room - high ceilings, grand fireplace and statement windows. Plus the interior decorating is divine.

Couture Carrie said...

So gorgeous!

xoxox,
CC

Priscila Peters said...

Chic spaces!!

Peggy and Fritz said...

Bedroom - to die for.

Richard Boles said...

I like how the cross gabled roofing looked in the inside, creating a high ceiling. It reminds me of the cottage in Miami that my wife and I stayed in last summer. The owner, who also owns a bedding company showed us some comfortable bed sheets that they use in their resort. Most of the furniture were wood.

Kristi G. Englehart said...

Authentic decoration specially the first decoration .
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