Tuesday, October 18, 2011

The Cloth Merchant Table

Second Suite of the guest house Un Coeur très Nature in the South of France Detail of a cloth merchant table

As promised, here are some selected details of the lounge of the Suite "Memories".

Arranged on a cloth merchant's old weathered gray table, an old bridal pedestal, worn by time, now receives a bridal wreath decorated with wax flowers and a cherub in muslin, long admired in the Pascale Palun's workshop (Vox Populi) in Avignon .



His wonderful workshop has also given me great inspiration to decorate the living room of this suite. The collection of wedding rings and suspended nightgown are the evidence (see story on "Vox Populi" in the online magazine "e-magDECO").

A visitor's book crated by Delsphine of the blog Si un mas m'était Conté

Another designer was invited into this setting, Delphine (Si un mas m'était Conté) made ​​a lovely visitor's book.

More pictures of the room soon...

A suspended nightgown to decorate the living room of the new suite of the guest house Un Coeur très Nature in France

Original article "Le drapier" translated by Annie of The Bunny Bungalow

6 commentaires:

Magda said...

Lovely photos! Greetings from Poland :-)

Kris said...

Laeriss,

I love the photos of your "suite". They are so warm and inviting. The gorgeous cloth merchants table, the sweet gown hanging and beautiful hydrangeas. Everything so perfectly arranged.

I also love the beautiful cherub in muslin.

I'm looking forward to seeing more of your photos.

Kris

Anna said...

Non dubitavo fosse incantevole, complimenti!!!
Come sempre ricca d' amore e passione...un' abbraccio!
Anna

Magda said...

Wonderful photos!

Jennelise said...

Beautiful accessories! I love the interest that unique objects creates in a room. These are lovely!
Jennelise

*Ulrike* said...

It adds just the right amount of spice to a room!

 

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