Wednesday, September 12, 2012


After a divorce, interior designer Jane Moore decided to clean house and keep only the pieces or furniture and accessories that she truly loved.  Using pastel and white slipcovered upholstery and rustic French and Swedish furnishings, Moore created a serene and lovely home for herself.  Moore's use of gilded pieces finishes off the elegant look.

I am in love with the kitchen, and agree with Moore's decision to use furniture pieces instead of cabinets.  The rustic pieces in the kitchen and dining room give the rooms the comfortable farmhouse look and feel she was looking for.  ENJOY!

Photography by Peter Vitale  Landscape by Glauser-McNair
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I Dream Of said...

Love that kitchen, too. The color palette is so pretty. Makes me want to do an overall edit of my house. Happy Wednesday, Teresa! XO

Unknown said...

I love this home! I remember being impressed at how Jane seemed to create an oasis for this time of transition in her life. I think calming and serene interiors are good for the soul! :)

Happy Wed, Teresa!!!
xoxo Elizabeth

carolyn bradford said...

Beautiful pictures! All of them! I love her style and I'm envious of the fountain! I searched for one last year and finally gave up! Thanks for sharing this and hope your week is going well!

designchic said...

I think it is perfectly stunning and I've seen lots of comments on her kitchen about it not being practical, but for's perfection!! Have a wonderful day, Teresa!!

michele said...

that kitchen is so memorable and unique...everything is so tranquil and retreat-like.

smiles to you.


The Pink Pagoda said...

Lovely, and the garden is my favorite! Thanks for sharing!

Julie Taylor and Danni Greenwalt said...

I love her work.

The enchanted home said...

The colors are STUNNING. My favorite palette of all....looks like a soft layer of powder was blown all over the rooms, it has that dusty kind of effect, love it!!

Carla Aston said...

Love the peacefulness that the design created...very comfortable and elegant. The neutral bedroom seems like a perfect place to escape!

Stacy CUrran said...

What a perfect mix of materials and colors! It is absolutely gorgeous!!

Just Spiff It said...

Just gorgeous!! Love all the colors she used - very serene! Wonder what the wall color is in her bedroom??

Unknown said...

Her home is the perfect blend! I'm absolutely in love with this entire home, and yes, her kitchen is to die for!!! I love this home!!!


Unknown said...

Such a beautiful home Teresa! Maybe I can pop by the neighborhood and see it for myself :) She is such a talented designer!!

Barbara Jordan Dettweiler said...

Sooooo beautiful! It is so serene and soothing - sound like just what she needed after that life change. She created a truly lovely space!

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