Brooke’s office “feels like a conservatory and surrounds me with the things I love,” she says. “I can see my potager garden and the chickens.” The desk and chair are French and Swedish antiques. Office supplies hide behind the antique doors.
Note the hanging pendants above mirror. A draper’s table finds new life as a sink base and “has the air of a potting table,” Brooke says. The framed mirror has deep storage cabinets behind it. The bell-jar pendant was created from a vintage garden cloche.
I love the height these lamps from HomeGoods add to the sideboard and the texture that the shades add to this simple black and white dining room. The wood tones throughout the room help add warmth to the space and balance out the elegance of the chandelie
The beautiful turquoise/blue chairs provide a great pop of color against wallpaper panels from de Gournay's Early views of India series. Image from House Beautiful Color: The Perfect Shade for Every Room by Lisa Cregan Interior Designer: Kelie Grosso