Inspired to Reflect
|writing desks are always a delight in a home – providing a perfect place to pen a
quick note or to leisurely write a long letter.
|displaying books add interest to decor and invite visitors to pause, to look and
perhaps to read.
I am struck by the articles in the 1997 September issue of Victoria.
|This teacup reminds Denise Di Novi of her time producing the movie, “Little Women”.|
|The Wing Chair and the Sofa were purchased from the set of the movie, “Heathers”.|
|from artist Mary Whaley Adams|
|French Interior Decorator Marie Gouny loves to apply illusion in the home – in her dining
room she has placed a frothy tent.
|Interior Decorator Charlotte Moss shares her love for chairs and for creating inviting
places in a room to encourage one to linger – perhaps over a good book.
|from artist Colette Bitker|
|from artist Deborah Schenck|
Articles on artists and decorators reveal their inspirations and their attention to bringing out the beauty of detail in every day objects and in creating comfortable rooms that cause one to wish to linger and to – read a good book.
|it is wonderful to see this perfectly distressed dresser topped with an array of books – timeless.|
|opened books are like pieces of artwork|
“Solitude is for those with an ample interior, with room to room, well-provided with supplies. And I need a day or two, every so often to make the journey.”