Tuesday, October 11, 2011

game changer







While in Charleston a few years ago, I saw Angie Hranowsky's work for the first time. I'm still smitten with pretty much everything she does. I have never looked at vintage/mid-century art or lamps the same after seeing her designs. I'd love to have a little of this look in my home...

17 comments:

Allison Egan said...

I so agree - I have a huge style crush. I love the collected and layered look to her interiors!

xo Allison
Spicer + Bank
www.spicerandbank.blogspot.com

helen tilston said...

Her rooms remind me of a beautiful tapesty held together with threads of gold.

Mona Thompson Providence Ltd. said...

Agreed. Mix it up. Makes it so much more interesting. These pieces are really art.

Kim Grey said...

I love the deep purples, greens, and the pops of white in these spaces. I especially love the first image of the sitting area with chaise longue. Lovely!

J said...

Well edited eclecticism. j

JWC said...

Angie has fantastic taste and is a great person- I've admired her work for a while. It's so great to have someone with her vision in a city so bent on classicism and traditionalism.

Brandi said...

She is by far my favorite designer! I love everything about her mix of styles and use of color. Now when I make decisions in my own home I think WWAD? (what would angie do? lol)

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

You're right, Donna. Mid-century is hard to pull off - sometimes it looks so contrived. Her style is much more layered and sophisticated - just fantastic!

theaccidentalparisienne said...

These are lovely. I really love the white dining table and would love to use something like it in my entry hall. Any ideas where I could source something like it?

LiveLikeYou said...

She is so talented!Love the hip mid century vibe.

My Interior Life said...

Oh, yes, I love me some Angie H. She's a good one! Love these images. Pinning them all!

Sami Felmet said...

Hello Donna! I came by to ask if you've seen the grey chairs in the John Jacobs room currently playing on My Notting Hill. I'm not sure if they are grey or gray but felt I should point them out. :-)

BiancoAntico said...

Gray is the best (for me too...)!
Very nice blog, original and elegant.
I'm Viviana from Italy,
nice to meet you.
Ciao

La Duchessa said...

Very nice blog!

SHERRY HART said...

She. Is. Dang. Good. Love her work.....

bedroom chandeliers said...

i can see why. interesting use of colors

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