Thursday, August 22, 2013

Colorful Chic by Lilly Bunn Interiors


{I am completely obsessed with this dining room. Every piece is perfection on its own-- the hand-painted deGournay wallpaper, French Bergere chairs swathed in Madeline Weinrib fabric, chartreuse tufted dining chairs with nailhead trim, an oval Eero Saarinen Tulip Table, and an urchin chandelier. What happens when you put them all together? A very chic design moment.}

After spotting a snap of the gorgeous dining room above on Madeline Weinrib's Instagram, I was thrilled to find out that the room had been designed by Lilly Bunn Weekes of Lilly Bunn Interiors and to see more images from the same project! I have a hunch that this may be her new apartment since there are a lot of pieces in this home that have appeared in her previous apartments. It's so fun to see how talented designers can breathe new life into tried and true pieces and make them feel completely fresh in their new surroundings. It's so interesting to see the evolution of Lily's homes and I hope to continue seeing more of her beautiful work.


{Do you recognize the statement-making brass coffee table from the famous orange and purple living room that Lily had the Madeline Weinrib Bergeres in a couple of years ago? It feels so different paired with the emerald green velvet sofa, floral chair, and Beni Ourain rug.}

{A Lucite Console, Quartz Lamps, and Upholstered X-Benches Feel Right at Home in the Living Room}

{Chic Details}

{Notice the Wallpapered Ceiling in the Foyer}

{I love the sleek simplicity of the kitchen.}

{The moss green upholstered headboard and matching bedskirt are so chic. The bedroom features such a fun mix of prints!}


{I so want to use Thibaut's Tanzania wallpaper in a project soon! The combination of the wallpaper, brass sconces, and mirror is so good!}

Which room in this home is your favorite?  

7 comments:

Julie said...

Love that lucite console!

jackie jade said...

wow love all of these spaces. that bathroom is so amazing - obsessed with that wallpaper!
-- jackie @ jade and oak

Karen Albert said...

The Tanzania paper is so cool! Perfect in a powder room. deGournay is a feast for the eyes anytime I see it on a wall!

xoxo
Karena
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Alison Burtt said...

Ahh...so that's where this lovely bath that I've been seeing all over Pinterest came from. So pretty! That wallpaper is fabulous.

Sarah @ 702 Park Project said...

I'm in love with those animal print picture frames! And of course, the dot wallpaper in the bathroom! :)

Tobe | BIA said...

OMGoodness, YES especially to that foyer. Holy rug.

Rose said...

Love it. What really caught my eye was the name Paloma. My daughter had a room mate at The University Richmond, her name was Paloma. Very unusual name. So ...I had to check out the bologna with her name.