Monday, April 26, 2010

Designer's Portfolio: {Nathan Turner}

Love the mix of traditional furniture pieces with the gorgeous colorful textiles, art, and photography.


This one is particularly delicious. Can't you imagine an intimate dinner by candlelight or an extended brunch on a sunny Sunday morning, french doors thrown wide open?

There are those glorious textiles again. What a collection!






Ugh, the floors. The floors!

And you know I'm a sucker for those wood stumps playing a supporting roll as extra seating.

If you happen to be as smitten with the look of these lovely interiors as I am, a visit to Nathan Turner's eponymous shop will leave you reeling. Just be forewarned, the sticker shock might knock you out, but there's no shortage of eye candy!




{images via Nathan Turner}
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9 comments:

Kelle Dame said...

Fine dining indeed! Completely cozy and I LOVE the chandelier! All these images feel chalk full of gai and effortlessly fabulous!

Mrs C said...

Just clicked through into the shop...Wow $$$$, however some great ideas to add to my "get the look for less" list!!

Mrs C xx

PS - loved your last comment on my blog, made me :-))

Helena - A Diary of Lovely said...

I love the framed maps and the staircase! gorgeous!

susie q said...

Love love love it. That bookshelf-walled dining room? That's exactly my plan. I've downloaded each and every photo!

erin@designcrisis said...

I love the way he wrapped those blankets around the couch cushions... I have a blanket addiction, but I thought I had nowhere to put any new ones. This has given me some good ideas!

mb said...

I seemed to forget that this was a designer's space as the interior shots were so intimate and layered. How lovely.

My fav, the dining room with bookshelves.

mb from Dallas

my favorite and my best said...

i got nuthin but love for that man's sensibility...
he gives good traditional boho

ticklishfromadistance said...

So great. I want that bedspread in a sick way and the last sofa. Ooohhhh....yes.....

Naomi said...

I'm with ya on the floors!

We once had client who insisted on shipping reclaimed pavers over from France for her kitchen floor. Madly expensive, but just gorgeous!!