Tuesday, August 30, 2011


Interior designer Gwynn Griffith lived in a room above a metalworking factory.  The factory was an 18th-century brick building, and when the building went up for sale, Griffith bought it.

Griffith filled her new first floor home with art and furnishings from around the world.  The beautiful hand painted mural, clay busts, plaster pieces, painting from many periods and her extensive collection of furniture pieces meld together to create a bold and stunning palette.  Griffith’s two sons live in the two floors above her.  ENJOY!

Elle Décor September 2011
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designchic said...

How deliciously handsome...adore all the gorgeous artwork, but I'm totally obsessed with the chaise!! Hope you're having a great week, Teresa!!

Anonymous said...

absolutely stunning..this is so my style of decorating..love all the dark pattern prints and floors...just gorgeous..!!

Renée Finberg said...

it is totally cool.
a bit gothic...{dark}
but i love it


Mona Thompson Providence Ltd. said...

Totally in love. Fabulous. You had me at the library...but that bathroom! Can I say totally swoon worthy!

under spanish moss said...

An individualized and personal space. The rooms almost tell you about her personality. We like that. Love the bathroom!!!
Angela and Renee

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