This wallpaper is hands-down the most asked about item on our website and blog. Here's the scoop. What's difficult to see from the images is that around the pattern are tiny glass beads, giving off a beautiful sheen. The wallpaper can be purchased from the Thomas Lavin showroom here in Los Angeles. However, sorry everyone... this one is only available to the trade. If you have additional questions about pricing or how to purchase, you can contact us at email@example.com.
For more rustic houses, we often strive to incorporate recycled materials into the design, as it often provides features with a more antique feel. In the kitchen featured below, we wanted to maintain the character and rustic charm of the home. The cabinets were made of reclaimed (used) douglas fir wood that is fully recycled. You can see all of the old nail holes, knots, and dents adding much more life & character than "new" wood.
The island was also made from recycled douglas fir and the butcher block top was salvaged from a previous work table.
Rooms to Inspire in the Country is an great compilation of country homes from weekend getaways to grand estates presented by Annie Kelly and photographer Tim Street-Porter, the second in their lavish Rooms to Inspire series. It is filled with homes that remind us to be deliberate in creating our environments as well as to combine the historical with the innovative.
This inspiring medley ranges from Tony Duquette’s exotic pavilion-style California home to a charming New York Victorian, a modernist Palm Springs desert getaway by Neutra, a nineteenth-century Gothic cottage on Shelter Island, and an eighteenth-century Connecticut house. Along with design ideas for interiors, the book also covers the garden and pool areas. Since outdoor entertaining is an integral part of country living, a section devoted to tabletop display is included. These beautifully photographed inspirations encourage the reader to explore the design opportunities in the country guided by some of the best interior designers.