I then turned to my Traditional Home stack. Nothing. It did not look like House Beautiful or Veranda. I knew that I had saved this from a blog, so I looked through quite a few of my favorite blogs. Nothing.
Then, I turned to a blog that I had not read in a while. I am not sure why it had gotten out of my rotation, as it is a great blog: An Eye for an I:nterior, one of my first design blog discoveries. A few months ago, she featured the amazing photographer John Gruen, whose images are featured below. He has an amazing eye and his compositions are beautiful. It turns out that his picture is from a magazine called At Home, which is a Fairfield County Connecticut local publication. Mystery solved!
Coincidentally, a few days ago An Eye for an I:nterior posted about the importance of professional interior photography in the design profession. There is truly an artform to capturing interiors, and John Gruen is a master of his profession.
I have been seeing a lot of branches used as decor lately. It is a beautiful, sculptural look. Love the wallpaper too. Photography by John Gruen.
Light filled room - so hard to photograph well - architectural simplicity. Photography by John Gruen.
These stairs make a statement! I love the runner...usually you see the dark part framing the light part, but this is the reverse. Photography by John Gruen.
This looks like a very elegant artist studio; notice the paintbrushes in jars on the chest. Photography by John Gruen.
A beautiful white room with dark floors- slipcovered sofas, very simple. The skilled photography and angle of the shot really capture its beauty.