Wednesday, October 24

Designers create beauty for Holiday House NYC: Charlotte Moss, Tobi Fairley, Janet Rice, Suzanne Eason

 I was blown away with the beautiful spaces 
at this year's 
Holiday House 
New York City  
You saw my sneak peek yesterday of Claudia Giselle's designs, 
now take a look at some of my other 2012 favorites:

Charlotte Moss's
Every Day Is A Holiday
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 Charlotte Moss Collection for Fabricut
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as usual, Charlotte's space is regal, refined 
and with an emphasis on detailing
Charlotte sits at a desk from Mecox Gardens.  
  In addition to being a talented interior designer, 
she designs fabric, wallpaper and furniture.
Many pieces in the room are from
the Charlotte Moss Collection 
for Century furniture.  

 Tobi Fairley's
Spring Forward

Dunes and Dutchess Sconces 

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Tobi's black and white story is dramatic, and with pops of pink it packs a punch.  
It's always fun to photograph her rooms since they are colorful and  graphic.  I immediately spotted friend @stacyctyle's candlebras from @dunesanddutchess line in black sconces and Phillip Jeffrie's new wallpaper
Suzanne Eason's
Origins of Life a Birthday Study

I love Suzanne's exploration of color and scale. 
 The Trove wallpaper added just the right impact,
and set against the vivid green lamps, green and blue fabrics and 
fabulous accessories the room is very sophisticated.

blue velvet fabric from Kravet
Lee W. Robinson's
Chinese New Year 
a southern gentleman from Kentucky, 
Lee brings a lovely layering of 
 fabrics, wallpaper and trim to a small 
space and celebrating the year of the dragon.

Janet Rice's
The Elegant Affair

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check out Janet's new line of furniture and lamps and all available on her website.
the Gracie wallpaper was tweaked just for this space with butterfly touches,
and it was just the right aesthetic needed to brighten up this dark space.  Janet added sparkle with the lamps, the white flowers, the crystal and a metallic paint on the trim
Stop back tomorrow for two more favorite rooms

Geoffrey Bradfield's
Remembrance of Things Past
Ally Coulter's
Father's Day

Happy Nesting XO