When I saw the cover image of Luxe Magazine’s New York edition I fell in love. I am having an “all white” moment with rooms- I tend to every summer- because of how crisp, fresh and above all COOL they look. I’ve admired designer Lynne Scalo’s work before, but this house is a new favorite of mine by her! A self-proclaimed “Kelly Wearstler meets Ralph Lauren” her decoration of this Greenwich, CT home is an interesting mix of traditional and modern, statement making pieces.
White wine ONLY in this room.
I love that Lynne used one of my favorite chandeliers of all time, the Danneli by Neirmann Weeks, which I put in a dining room in a beautiful house I’m working on. It is SO stunning in person and such a wonderful transitional style- the perfect blend of modern and traditional.
Love the crisp apple green accents in this bright white kitchen. For some reason I can picture Gwyneth Paltrow in here.
The lantern grouping above the kitchen dining table is unexpected and really fun.
I tend to not like dark wood at all- but this dark den is made lighter and lovely with the Imperial Trellis drapes, metallic ceiling and pale rug and furniture.
Light blue and apple green look fresh and new in the master because they are set off by a dramatic dark bed. That bananas inlay dresser helps too.
A metallic wallpapered powder room is as glam as you can get.
What a dump. :)
Here are some more affordable items to get a look like the one Lynne created here:
$2,999 – wisteria.com
$329 – csnstores.com
$290 – insideavenue.com
$899 – wisteria.com
$79 – zgallerie.com
$365 – barneys.com
$185 – overstock.com
$799 – zgallerie.com
$900 – overstock.com