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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Style Showdown: Entryway Vignettes

While pinning away the other day, I noticed I had pinned three vignettes that were similar in color palette and design elements. Gold mirror? Check! White lamps? Check! Fabulous seating? check! In spite of the composition and similar design elements, each space is unique in its overall aesthetic. Naturally, this makes for an ideal “Style Showdown” post! So, let’s have a look, shall we?
{Look No. 1: Designed by Sandra Morgan, this entryway features a gilded mirror, beautiful chest with Greek key detail, a Louis chair, a pair of classic white porcelain lamps, and a modern, graphic touch thanks to the spectacular Cowan and Tout wallpaper and checkerboard wood floors. The look embodies what we’ve come to know as “young traditional”.}
{Look No. 2: This to-die-for space belongs to photgrapher Francois Halard and is filled with eclectic pieces from the Beni Ourain rug and Giacommetti plaster lamps to the Senufo stools, various pieces of art, and an oversized gilded mirror.}
{Look No. 3: This last look by Phoebe Howard is classic and handsome. The space is centered around perfect symmetry and impeccable attention to detail. Each item in this vignette looks so fine from the beautiful, curvy chair to the classic lamps, and the decidedly modern table.}
Which of these looks is your favorite?
{Image Sources: Look No. 1 | Look No. 2 | Look No. 3}


Tiffany Leigh said...

I love them all! But I think number 3 is my favourite! I love the mask! And I believe every foyer needs a mirror.

Kira said...

No. 3 definitely gets my vote. I absolutely love every single thing in this vignette!!

gigi said...

really like them all but #3 is for sure my fav!! xx. gigi.

Wendy said...

I love number two! It looks so interesting and that rug its the perfect touch.

sbab said...

number one!