Wednesday, August 1, 2012


I love the work of Charles Spada and have written about his work before. I love his extensive use of art throughout his room designs.  His busy, yet serene, style is so appealing, and his work has been featured in almost every design magazine available.

The images below are some of my favorites.  To see more of Spada's work, visit here. ENJOY!

See you soon,

1,8,9, Bruce Buck/2, Josh Stone/12, Alexander Bailhaches
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Our French Inspired Home said...

I love a large table in the living room as shown in the first picture. Such a great place for books or photographs. We purchased a large one from Pottery Barn last year that is amazing. The size is just perfect and it holds so much "stuff".

La Petite Gallery said...

Love your Post. The top room is for me, so light and airy, and my french chairs too. The Dining room is georgeous. The Tulips remind me of Renee.


The enchanted home said...

So pretty! That room with the leopard sofa and gray glazed walls.....makes my heart sing. Many beautiful spaces, a lot of talent!

Carla Aston said...

Gorgeous. Love the grays! Such beautiful interiors.

Heather Moore Grahling | Vivid Hue Home said...

wow, love these're right...simple but serene. Makes me want to curl up with a great book and sink into these rooms. thanks for sharing

Woodside Park said...

Hi, Teresa - One of my favorite designers! His rooms are classically inspired, filled with handsome antiques, and artfully styled. I have many of those images on my Pinterest boards. Happy Wednesday.

therelishedroost said...

I love that gray room with the leopard sofa..stunning!
Have a great weekend!
The Relished Roost

Phyllis Trevor Higgerson, Henhurst said...

I am a huge fan of his. Thanks for this great collection of photos.


I Dream Of said...

That leopard settee-ed sitting room is one of my favorite interiors of all time. I would love to throw a very chic cocktail party in that room.
Have a lovely weekend, Teresa!

michele said...

the dining rooms! and the framed eye is magnificent.

what a feast of sophisticated lovely, teresa.


Stacy CUrran said...

If you like it, it's a sure bet I will, too, and I do! Lovely portfolio - everything is perfect!

shiree segerstrom said...

I had forgotten the gray room with the leopard print settee was Charles Spada's work. I love that room. Charles been in the industry a really long time. Shiree'

christy said...

Not famliar with his name but happy to know of him, what a wonderful portfolio of rooms.

Lisa Farmer Designs said...

I enjoyed all the lovely images. Especially like the leopard settee. I think leopard is so classic and love to use for my clients as well as my own home. It's like zebra, always in style. Thanks for sharing, Lisa

The Buzz Blog said...

The double oval frames and use of plates are fabulous and his sense of combining old with new is so elegant. Such a pretty post, Teresa.
C + C

Unknown said...

I love Charles' work!!! The creams and grays with accents of classic and beautiful. My kind of interior design!!!

xoxo Elizabeth

Jennifer @ Belclaire House said...

Love all of it!

StagerLinda said...

Charles Spada's designs are the ultimate in classical elegance. Beautiful images!

Greet Lefèvre said...

Hi Teresa,
I am a huge fan of Charles Spada! I love his work! Very inspirational for my job!
Gorgeous post!

carolyn bradford said...

I love his work more every time I see it! These are all beautiful and I especially love the second picture of the bedroom! It's to die for!! All of the pictures are to die for for that matter!

Unknown said...

I agree with you Teresa! His work is absolutely impeccable!! It's nice to see that these spaces are little more streamlined and transitional to his more traditional spaces.

Unknown said...

He is such a great designer and so inspiring! Thanks for sharing these gorgeous spaces, love the first living room!!!

pastsoon said...

Lovely ~ all of it. QUESTION: In the photo (prior to the famed leopard settee but possibly the same room), does anyone know the china pattern of the plates and other featured pieces? It's gorgeous and I believe my grandmother had it at one time ~ any info is hugely appreciated. Thanks ~ Terri

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