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château of Les Trois Garcons

House tour: the fairytale château of Les Trois Garcons: A mirrored surface replaces the dining table’s original leather top, adorned with Limoges…


One of the most famous holiday spreads has to be Aerin Lauder’s East Hampton house from the December 2007 issue of House & Garden magazine. I have been seeing a lot of blue backdrops to holiday decorations this year and it had me thinking about Lauder’s b

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White crates and metal buckets filled with flowers never fade. Stack them high for a greater impact or to take up empty wall space in your reception area.

Salon | The fairytale château of Les Trois Garcons

House tour: the fairytale château of Les Trois Garcons gallery - Vogue Living

Here are our favorite rooms of the year to inspire you, and to maybe drool over.

Our Favorite Rooms of the Year


Stunning Wedding Centerpiece Ideas with Chic Purple Hue. --> -->This color combination can transfer home-replace the table cloth with white. The purple runners can stay, along with everything else.

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A French painted dining table is surrounded by diamond-buttoned dining chairs by owner Nellie Tilley. A Martine Emdur oil painting hangs above a painted console, on top of which is an urn from Parterre, and red coral discs and wheel from Orient House.

House tour: a refined waterfront home in Sydney

House tour: a refined waterfront home in Sydney * Interiors * The Inner Interiorista

Kiss From A Rose

Our 'Kiss from a Rose' arrangement is a luxurious, attractive bouquet designed for those who appreciate simplicity and style.

flowers. jars. yes. Ps - I don't have the flower board. xx

Detalhes de um Casamento

Pretty much loved all the ideas featured in this wedding. Vintage vases and jars with place cards, table number, etc.

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Dom Pérignon celebrates in style in Melbourne - Vogue Living

This light-filled dining space in the home of Melbourne philanthropists Sid and Fiona Myer, features low stools, perfect for accommodating large numbers (such as for a Dom Perignon soirée) without overwhelming the space.