Sunday, September 21, 2008

Cynthia Rowley's Manhattan Oasis

Cynthia Rowley's home is as feminine, original, and beautiful as her designs. Her awe-inspiring dining room (pictured above) is my favorite room in the house. It looks so ethereal, as if it were straight out of a fairy tale. The gorgeous, metallic wallpaper was designed by Rowley and produced by Flavor Paper. The chairs and banquette are covered in fabric by Cole and Son.


Rowley, her husband, and eldest daughter, Kit

The loveliness of the dining room can only be surpassed by Rowley's precious daughter, Gigi.

The living room plays host to Rowley's drawings above the mantel, a zebra print rug, re-upholstered flea market chairs, and a screen with a clover motif reminiscent of Van Cleef and Arpels.

The whimsical master bath hosts a venetian mirror, sleek mosaic tile, and waterproof (naturally) wallpaper of Rowley's design.

The mid-century chaise lounges in the garden are covered in fabric from Lee Jofa.

Images via Elle Decor on PointClickHome

To see more of Rowley's home, check out this month's issue of Elle Decor and be sure to visit her delightful blog!

10 comments:

vicki archer said...

Her home is gorgeous, she and her husband looks fabulous and her children are adorable.
What lovely images.

Lauren said...

I love her home this month's Elle Decor was really good...I love the cover!

simply pink. said...

I'm not surprised by any of Cynthia's decor; it is totally her.
Elements of Style has some more pics from her post on the 17th:
http://www.elementsofstyleblog.com/2008/09/fashionable-home-in-manhattan.html

You still keeping up with Top Design? How freaky is Wisit?

I *Heart* You said...

i love her!!! her house is such a perfect reflection of her! and her family is precious!

Maggie May said...

Superb. one of the most beautifully delicious interiors ever!!! wow.

Brilliant Asylum said...

I want that floor to ceiling glass door.

Fifi Flowers said...

LOVE her house.. I could move in and kick her right out and be perfectly content!

Sarah's Fab Day said...

Her house is divine, beautiful and whimiscal at the same time.

Anonymous said...

Not a fan.

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