Thursday, January 5, 2012

BROOSK SAIB ~ DESIGN IN PUTNEY

Interior designer Broosk Saib creates rooms of color and texture superior to most. Born in Baghdad, Saib was the son of a provincial governor.  The family moved to London when Saib was thirteen and never returned to Baghdad to live.

British colors and style are seen throughout Saib's home, laden with furnishings and art collected over time.  He refers his home as "a tribute to the school of John Fowler." ENJOY!






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Teresa
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Elle Decor December 2011

13 comments:

  1. Love it, all that rich glorious color is sooo pretty, very elegant interiors. Thanks for the intro Teresa!

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  2. traditional design and decor as been my first love and continues to inspire me...I love the English decor and furnishings too..am really missing English designs so this is a treat..
    best,
    maureen

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  3. Such rich, gorgeous rooms! Beautiful! Have a lovely day, Teresa!

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  4. Beautiful rooms and you can see traditional English popping out of them. Love that huge tufted headboard!

    Enjoy your day!
    Debra

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  5. I would move in today! The details, the textures, the mix of colors. It's all perfection!

    Have a marvelous day!
    xoxo elizabeth

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  6. Wow!!!! How beautiful is that woodwork? and I'm dying over the bedroom with those books!

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  7. I'm loving your "sassy" new look! Keep up the good work.
    Cindy

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  8. Love the art and that blue. Gorgeous!

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  9. Happy New Year Teresa! This is my favorite style, collected, classic and colorful. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Oh, and by the way, I love the new header design!

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  11. Fabulous...I love the red. I also love your post on on libraries that you did over at Enchanted Home. I saved almost every image. Great job. XO, Mona

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  12. love them !

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  13. These rooms are beyond gorgeous, Teresa! I really love the last bedroom with the navy wall behind the headboard. I just cut out a photo from House Beautiful with a navy wall that I'd love to do in my guest bedroom. I'm going to bookmark this post now as well :) xoxo

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