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January 31, 2015 - table lamp




THE ROMAN SHADES

These treatments were custom-made with a Peter Fasano
fabric by MRV Exclusives
of Gloucester. The designer, Honey Collins of Honey Wilcox Collins Interiors
in Essex, wanted a some-more “flowy” pattern to contrariety a linear demeanour of a wallpaper (by Phillip Jeffries
). “I could have used a Travers
pattern fabric on a pillows, though we consider that would have done a room demeanour some-more formal.”

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THE PILLOWS

The owners of this antique Shingle Style home in Manchester-by-the-Sea favourite a thought of a neutral room with pops of color, Collins said. The starting indicate for a design? The salmon pillows in a Travers fabrics. The element for a yellow and taupe pillows is by Raoul Textiles
, a paisley by Peter Fasano
.

THE LAMP










The light was purchased during Lee Jofa
and designed by Bunny Williams
. The owners wanted a some-more complicated demeanour though to incorporate their antiques and make a space where their children would feel comfortable, Collins said.

THE COFFEE TABLES

The black piece, from a owners’ existent furniture, is done of timber and has a caned tip and gilt details. The embellished taupe list was tradition designed for a space by Shaun Bullens. “The coffee tables are a ideal instance of a brew of normal and complicated — that brew adds celebrity to a room,” Collins said. “If a tables were matched, it would be quiteboring and a bitpredictable.”

THE CHAIRS

These seats, from a clients’ collection of antiques, were reupholstered in a Pintura Studio
fabric.

Eileen McEleney Woods is a editor of Address. Send comments to Address@globe.com.

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