When Diane Burn designed and moved into this three-bedroom Spanish colonial cottage in West Palm Beach, she brought French antiques from storage, her home in New York, and her former house in Rome. To see the New York home, see yesterday's post. ENJOY!
Such a beautiful home. I hope that you have enjoyed this post. We will visit The West Palm Beach home of Diane Burn tomorrow. To read more about this gorgeous home visit here.
Diane Burn’s apartment on Manhattan’s Upper East Side was full of beautiful french furnishing and glamorous fabrics. No details were omitted by this interior designer while decorating her french influenced home. ENJOY!
NOW, am I the only one that would love to live in this home? I didn't think so. For more on this home visit here. More to come tomorrow.
Interior designers Paul Wiseman and Dara Rosenfeld of the Wiseman Group in San Francisco designed this beautiful home. Architect William B. Remick of Oakland renovated the interior, while preserving the exterior.
This San Francisco home, which is located in the Pacific Heights area, is absolutely stunning. The art is spectacular against the neutral tones of the interior. ENJOY!
I hope that you have enjoyed this tour as much as I have. I will be posting a recent post on Paul Wiseman soon. To read more about this home visit
After spending years in the world of finance, I decided to follow my true passion—curating a life where southern elegance meets southern heritage. That led me to create Splendid Sass, a haven for gathering and sharing my love for design, art and cooking, and TG Hatfield Company, where I embroider fine heirloom linens that will garner hospitality for generations. From the exquisite linens that set the table, to the food that is shared with family & friends, to the warm & cozy room that invites guests, join me as I share the things that inspire me and help create a truly elegant life.