{interior designer: miles redd}

… most often drawn to bright and airy, spaces, crisp whites and pale and pretty neutrals {here & here}, but every once in a while, something comes along that changes everything and suddently it’s deep hues and jewel tones, an intoxicating mix of colours, patterns and textures, and pure and unbridled maximalismhervé pierre’s paris apartment, david kaihoi’s new york flat, hamish bowles’ paris apartment — and now boxwood, an enchanting and wonderfully romantic old 1920’s home in altanta filled with fish ponds and gardens, grand columns and archways, french doors and luxurious velvet sofas, elegant monogrammed linens and de gournay . . .

{p.s.} the living room walls are upholstered entirely in turquoise satin

{images: photography by francesco lagnese for town & country via the love list}