I know it's not correct from a specialist's point of view, but i like to call it 'royal' to myself meaning several interior decorating styles like classicism, baroque, rococo, bourgeois, neo gothic and even classic country all together. Of course, it's impossible not to admire the artistic beauty of all these styles, but i never considered any of their elements for my home (financial aspect apart 8].
Now, i don't know what's happened, may be... maturing?? Anyway, exactly these brilliant works by some worldwide famous decorators have definitely found a way to my heart! I can imagine myself feeling comfortable, cozy and inspired inside their modern Renaissance spaces! Another deco-stream to keep an eye on!
↑ I am starting with an interior designed by legendary Mario Buatta, an American interior decorator, who is considered 'a premier interpreter of English country-house classicism' (still i have a feeling, Italy is always present in his designs, do you, too?) and whose works speak to me the most! There'll be more rooms by Mario Buatta down below. [...LIVING ROOM OF HILARY AND WILBUR ROSS's MANHATTAN pied-à-terre: An investor and his wife enlisted Mario Buatta to create a colorful backdrop for their collection of modern and contemporary art and photography. Sherbet hues enliven the living room, shown, which features a commanding barrel-vaulted ceiling...] photography: SCOTT FRANCES source: AD↑ TRADITIONAL LIVING ROOMIN A FRENCH COUNTRY-STYLE RESIDENCE IN MANILA, PHILIPPINES. photo: MARY E. NICHOLS source: AD
↑ TRADITIONAL DINING ROOM IN A PARIS APARTMENT. ["the 18th- and 19th-century Chinese export armorial plates are family heirlooms of one of the owners, Sylvain Lévy-Alban and Charlie Garnett"] ... love the presence of red here! source: AD photo: PASCAL CHEVALLIER↑ A REGAL RESIDENCE OF AILEEN MEHLE BY MARIO BUATTA: photography: SCOTT FRANCES/ AD
↑ TRADITIONAL OFFICE/LIBRARY BY MARIO BUATTA IN CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
↑ TRADITIONAL LIVING ROOM/MUSIC ROOM BY KARA CHILDRESS INC IN HOUSTON TEXAS
...i am loving these powdered pinks paired with light copper tones, and a chandelier ...ahh, such a feast to the eyes! source: AD photographer: ERIC PIASECKI
↑ TRADITIONAL OFFICE/LIBRARY BY FRIEDERIKE KEMP BIGGS and GEORGE W. SWEENEY in NEW YORK ["...Working with architect George W. Sweeney, interior designer Friederike Kemp Biggs refashioned a New York penthouse for herself and her husband, Jeremy. Sweeney added an arched transom window in the home office."] photography: DERRY MOORE source: AD
↑ TRADITIONAL BEDROOM BY FRIEDERIKE KEMP BIGGS and GEORGE W. SWEENEY in NEW YORK ... yes, i'm loving all things pink )), and this little pouff is simply adorable, isn't it? photography: DERRY MOORE source: AD