Friday, August 15, 2008

Color Added!

Architectural Digest published a piece on Jacques Grange's Paris apartment back in September 2007, with photography by Vincent Thibert.

Recently I bought the June 2008 Espana edition of AD and noticed these photos of Grange's apartment by Eric Jansen. If you compare them to the 2007 photos you'll notice the addition of feathers, flowers, and some room views not originally shown. Shocks of color always draw me in.

Here are some snapshots I took of the magazine - sorry that some of them are not quite clear and crisp.





A closer look at the artwork on the dining room wall.


Such a pretty blue in that china cupboard!


This piece of artwork reminds me of spin art from the 70's - although at an entirely whole other higher level. Gorgeous. If I"m reading the spanish paragraph correctly, the artist is Damien Hirst.


Also, wanted to send out a thank you to Ludvigsdal for giving me the Home sweet Home award. If you haven't already visited her blog, please do, it's wonderful. She and her family have renovated a beautiful stone home in Sweden and she runs her own boutique in Osterlen. (sorry I couln't enlarge the picture below)

10 comments:

Carolina Eclectic said...

Wow, amazing photos!

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Love the little footed cabbage!

Jen@The Cottage Nest said...

I'm really just lovin the shots of color. It's so inspiring.

Ashley said...

oh i love the cabbage with feet! I just blogged about some of Architectural Digest's best interiors!

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

LOVE all that art and color!!

Yes the cabbage with the chicken feet caught my eye too! And that huge turqouise harness or headress??

Oh...I went to Fayetteville-Manlius HS

corine @ Hidden In France said...

Thank you for giving us a peak at the magazine. This is one fun interior.

Jennifer said...

LOVE the blue in the china cabinet!

Visual Vamp said...

Color is my first, last, and middle name. Love this post. Thanks!

Topsy Turvy said...

Love these vignettes. I think the lettuce head with legs is a Claude & Francois Xavier Lalanne piece - just wonderful! I'm a little surprised to see Damien Hirst's work in Grange's home, but he does seem to have a lot of nice art.

-Lana

Alkemie said...

LOVE the white and glass kitchen cabinet and the fact that photos are SOO Wonderfully BIG! :)

Karen

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