Monday, February 1, 2010

Classic & Comfortable Style

Love the classic, comfortable design in the home of Sean Ward and Stephen Fillmore, which was featured in Style at Home. There's a nice mix of subtle patterns throughout the house - it was the perfect eye candy for the cold, blustery day we had yesterday. For more images, go here.
(all photography by Virginia Macdonald)
Really like the fabric and trim on this chair to the left.
A bureau in the bath, not as a vanity in this case, but used for storage is a nice contrast to the ceramic tile. Great bench too.

26 comments:

Southern Aspirations said...

Love how the bath is "elevated" with the furniture, chandelier, and paper.

Great home!

pve design said...

Always good clean fun here!
I would lock myself in that bathroom.
pve

Laura Trevey said...

Lovely... comfortable, yet beautiful!!

xoxo Laura

Helena - A Diary of Lovely said...

i want the bathroom!
and the dog looks so cool in it

Dweller-Carly said...

I am loving this house! Everything looks so amazing, but still homey.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Gorgeous home. Loved all the pics. Hugs, Marty

Red Door Home said...

Such pretty images. I like the fact that they each feature a very different but equally fabulous chandelier.

Lavender and Lilies said...

I love how comfortable and well designed the house is.

Karena said...

Great images, yes and very comfortable and luxurious!

Windlost said...

Yes, I liked that spread too - classic and clean but with a few quirky touches. It is a particular "look" that I see in the Canadian mags from time to time and cannot put my finger on it. Will have to look closer at these rooms that I think have that "look" and dissect what it is. I think maybe it is just the neutral walls and classic architecture and the antique furniture and spareness but with a slight masculinity in some of the furniture but a softness in details. Somethinn that seems famililar about houses in see in Style at Home.

Glad you are reading the Canadians - we can sure use the help!! xo Terri

Jennifer said...

I love this! Clearly classic yet nicely up-to-date. What I strive for!

Kathleen said...

The trunk at the foot of the bed is quite handsome. Wish I had one like that.

The dark floors are attractive, too, but with dogs, it seems like a lot of fur and dust would show.

Greet said...

All beautiful! And indeed the fabric on that chair is so beautiful!
xx
Greet

MzMannerz said...

While I've always admired it, due to your blog I'm loving the idea of a sofa/bench at the dining table more and more. Yummy.

Valerie Wills Interiors said...

What a gorgeous design - loved every room especially the last photo - the bathroom with the chest for extra storage along with the stool and chandelier... very nicely done.

Living It At Home said...

I felt so calm when looking at these rooms! Really lovely. The furniture in the bath is amazing.
~jamilyn

Susie @ Maddie's Nest said...

The first image has just given me inspiration for a project I've just started....I love how they've worked the shades in over the french doors...I don't know why I've been struggling with what to do in a simialar set up. I am off to look at more pictures. What a great space.

Heather said...

I love those green roman shades with the white trim. So pretty!

Debra Phillips said...

love everything! clean, warm and cozy all at once. thank you michele many ideas were gleaned for future projects
debra

Renee Finberg said...

i like the first image best.
it is so fresh and classically stylish.

xx

The Zhush said...

That bathroom is so good, so inspiring! Lots of great ideas, thanks.

little augury said...

the bath is so smart looking.a piece of furniture goes a long way to adding heft to a bath. The rooms look like they are loved-by all dog included. pgt

Chrissy said...

I could live in anyone of those rooms!! Lovely post!

Willow Decor said...

I would never leave this gorgeous bathroom!! Stunning!
xx-Gina

Kathysue said...

Love it all, what a lovely home, classic is always best in my book. Great post,kathysue

doug said...

eh, that wallpaper (I think, if it's upholsery I'm more impressed) above the tile in bathroom scares me a little bit

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