Friday, February 25, 2011

MURIEL BRANDOLINI ~ DESIGN IN MANHATTAN

This beautiful four story townhouse is home to interior designer Muriel Brandolini, husband Count Nuno Brandolini d'Adda, and her son and daughter. Brandolini has toned it down with this latest redo, steering away from her usual dramatic style.  ENJOY!













I hope that you have enjoyed this home.  To read more about this design, pick up your copy of the March issue of Architectural Digest.
Don't miss Monday's post.  I am excited to share something new with you!

See you soon,
Teresa
xoxo
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9 comments :

Debby said...

Teresa, you never fail to find gorgeous images. What I like most about your blog is that I usually see rooms that I have not seen all over other blogs. You always manage to find new interiors! Have a great weekend. xo

eclecticrevisited said...

stunning rooms and all the artwork...and the dining room chairs are killer....
I'm finding chairs like that or painting some similar...must have...
have a good weekend Teresa....
maureen

I Dream Of said...

Love the restful neutrals in the first few photos--and the sunny yellow kitchen. It was the painting of the boy, though, that caught my eye when I thumbed through the magazine, and captured my attention in your post, as well. Have a happy weekend!
Jeanne

quintessence said...

Love almost all of it - not crazy about the dining room wall or the kitchen cabinets - but otherwise - beautiful!!

Party Resources said...

What great and funky style!! Love the library. Happy weekend! xx

Greet said...

Hi Teresa,
This designer has à lot of imagination! And that is good. We should all have à little bit more of it. I love the diningroom.
Have a wonderful relaxing weekend.
xx
Greet

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

Thats a whole lotta style! Have a lovely weekend, Theresa!!

Julie said...

Lovely images Teresa. Brandolini is one of the most unique designers. I admire her creativity and sense of style.


P.S. have a great weekend.

Carla@DesignintheWoods said...

Love the collages of art in these rooms, so thoughtfully placed. Beautiful work!

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