Today I´ll show you pictures from one of my absolutely favorites homes, Longe before I started blogging I have admire her works.
When I hesitated for various fittning choice, this is the home where I always go back and find inspiration. For muliti-talanted designer jeannie Huff, creating beauty was both passion and dicipline, work and play, obsession and joy.
*This is a Home, a lifestyle and even a dream*
Enjoy my Interior friends
In 1980 Jeannie Huff and her husband Louis purchased a James Means designed house in Atlant.
Antique french doors lend openness to entry. English Cippendale mirror, the chest are from 18th century.
My favorite room, I love all the upholstery and slipcover fabrics, the coffe tables, the wall lightning and the stunning painting above the sofa *Le retour de la Moisson* signed by french Barbizon painter Aime´Peret,1874
a view from the livingroom
lovely livingroom pictures..
Guest bedroom bed was custom designes with handpainted tester.
It is dresses with Cowan & Tout Fabric
19th century English quilt and 18th century Aubusson tapestry pillow
a view from the diningroom to the beautiful garden
terraced garden contain pool,parterres,elaborate borders
and rose and jasmine-laden arbor..
all images from Veranda magazine june 2001, interior designer by jeannie huff, jean keller huff, landscape design by jeannie huff and boxwoods gardens, original architecture by james means, additional architecture by norman davenport askins and vong pak. photography by mick hales.