Rustic and calm Hollywood home

I love the sculptural calm of this fireplace where the soot has formed a patina on the brick that contrasts the white plaster and becomes a design element.

These two tablescape shots really pull all the design elements together, soft pink – faded peacock textile, rough wood, elegant black iron, paned glass, textural baskets and organic brass.

Love the dark tall library bookcases.

The kitchen with it’s white counters, and pickled paneled doors  is so simple and warm without being expected.


One of my favorite pairings is of  danish modern chairs with worn farmhouse tables. The red gingham is a burst of color from an  unexpected palette.

This little setup in the hallway is both eccentric and warm, I can’t see using that chair other than for resting items – I love the glazed pot holding the glossy leaved plant which warms up all the other elements.

The Living room features the two distinct seating areas – again pulling in elegant iron, worn peacock/indigo blue fabrics, pale  linen and white plaster and full but spare window treatments.

The master bedroom is both glamorous while also showcasing worn rustic.

The Nursery holds some of my favorite elements of the house – gray palette, worn peacock blue rug – large baskets and natural greenery, soaring rafters and the elegant iron curtain rods with full curtains.

This child’s room with its tall ceilings is still warm and cozy with the layered textures and pale pink shades.

This house of course highlights the decorators new home line Mint – I love her taste in everything (except for the art section – sorry JT!)

Lonny Mag (aug 2012 issue)
Interior Design Estee Stanley
Photography Patrick Cline
Art Direction Michelle Adams

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  1. I somehow stumbled on your gorgeous blog via google image search and I love your taste! Your renovation projects with your sisters makes me want to do the same with my sister. So glad I found your corner of the internet, and I will be back!

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