London interior designer Veere Grenney, a former director at Colefax and Fowler, decided to bring a 1879 home back to life. Mission accomplished. With help from paint guru David Oliver and a brilliant plan, this masterpiece in '30s style was born. ENJOY!
Be sure to pick up the Nov/Dec issue of Veranda.
See you soon,
If you missed my previous post on Carolyne Roehm visit here.
This is not the first home that interior designer Carolyne Roehm had designed in the mountains, so when she was asked to design Westbury in Aspen, she was up to the task. This experienced and enormously talented designer went to work to create a light-filled and cozy home in the snowy hills for friend Simon. Maximize your screen and ENJOY!
I'm ready for my trip to the mountains NOW! This home can be found in the Nov/Dec issue of Veranda and in Carolyne's new book, A Passion for Interiors, published by Clarkson Potter. This book is on my list of have-to-have-one!
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.