1.04.2010

room du jour

I'm having a bit of a girly moment right now, and for me, baroque lines and black Wuthering Heights-ish furniture spells feminine. A bit unorthodox I'll admit, but hey, that's just me! I love the composition of this photo as well, particularly the use of the mirror...



via. emma's design blogg

17 comments:

Ivy Lane said...

ohhh la la!! that's gorgeous alright!

Katherine Lee said...

glad you like it! thanks again for the comment my dear!

xo katherine aka. urban flea :)

Alaina @ Live Creating Yourself said...

loving it, also! except, if that were my room, i'd constantly be wondering, "do i need a bigger mirror?"

that's how i feel now about the floor mirror i've added to my dining room.

cheers,
alaina

Callie Grayson said...

Love this interior! and that fireplace in the mirror, can we say amazingly beautiful! I so would love to have that in the corner of my living room!!!

xx
callie

Thomas said...

Beautiful! I love this photo and I am LOVE-ING this blog :)

Thomas said...

I am new follower by the way.

I am Stacey... said...

This is fantastic - so chic and sophisticated!

suzi said...

Thank you for adding me to your list, Katherine (and for finding me :)! Will do the same, I love your blog and findings! Wish you the best in 2010!

PS. My blog name is "Made By Suzi Blog" but I know the name is hard to find, is it OK with you to change it?

Kellie Collis said...

That is one fabulous painted floor - love this look! x

Kellie Collis said...

That is one fabulous painted floor - love this look! x

Kellie Collis said...

That is one fabulous painted floor - love this look! x

Solid Frog said...

Hi Katherine, I really like your blog. This picture is so lovely, perfect combination between simplicity and the baroque style.

knack said...

fantastic interior friend!!......love all of the frames on the wall and the casual elegance of the room!

thank you for all of the love over at knack.......you are such a dear!

have a great day!
xo

TheCluelessCrafter said...

That cast iron fireplace that is so masculine, yet refreshingly delicate at the top reaffirms the use of dark upholstery with the curvilinear Baroque/Rococo.

Leigh said...

That couch is fabulous!! I real;y need to refurbish more antiques.. This is a definite motivator.. Beautiful room.

urban flea said...

welcome thomas! and thank you so much you guys for the awesome comments, keep em' coming, they seriously make my day!

xo katherine aka. urban flea :)

Karena said...

Fabulous room, I love the deep charcoals!

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