Tuesday, January 25, 2011

GIDEON MENDELSON ~ DESIGN IN NEW YORK

This beautiful home was designed by interior designer Gideon Mendelson for a couple who have recently become empty nesters. The couple wanted a beautiful, traditional home that represented their new lifestyle and a home that their children and grandchildren could enjoy visiting.  Mission accomplished in Purchase, New York.  ENJOY!









See you soon,
Teresa
xoxo

House Beautiful February 2011
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11 comments :

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

These rooms are so pretty. I especially like the kitchen and the dining room!

carolyn bradford said...

So beautiful!!! Maybe we can hire him soon when we become empty nesters!!! I wish! Anyway...its fun to dream and these pictures are dreamworthy! thanks for sharing!!!!

eclecticrevisited said...

I will never get tired of blue...
and I love all the blue in these rooms...
..and paired with the green...beautiful...
have a great evening...
maureen

Linda Merrill said...

I just love that dining room - serene yet so full of pretty things!

I Dream Of said...

So pretty, I'm especially in love with the bedroom-but then I'm a sucker for blue & white!
Hope you are having a great week!
Jeanne

quintessence said...

Yes, I loved this fabulous home as well!! Really quite a spectacular combination of color and texture and modern and traditional. And I love how they carried the green through. Wonderful pick.

Mona Thompson said...

This is all so fresh and pretty. Have always loved blue and white but the addition of green is really stunning.

Mary said...

I loved every frame of this save for the lime green kitchen. For whatever reason I found that off-putting. I'm new to your blog but wanted you to know how much I enjoyed my visit here. I'll definitely be back. Have a great day. Blessings...Mary

Design in the Woods said...

I thought that pattern and color on the kitchen ceiling was bold and genius! Loved the island too.

Rene said...

I will always love blue and green together - the earth and the sky. What's not to love?

-Rene

Brunch at Saks said...

Wow- this place is beyond amazing! I have never seen a ceiling like that and I must say I just love it. Also loving that bold, blue wallpaper. Stunning! You have the best eye, Teresa! I am always so inspired here at your blog! xoxo

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