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Friday, February 17, 2012

Thomas Pheasant in Paris

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My sister recently began working with designer Thomas Pheasant on the interior design of her 1920s Washington DC home, currently being renovated.  She sent me this beautiful blog post to me last week, written by Pheasant for the Baker Furniture blog.

The post is full of beautiful images of Pheasant’s Paris apartment.

The view from Pheasant’s bedroom – truly magical.

Pheasant takes us on a scouting expedition in the Paris Flea Market – all seen through his expert eyes. It is truly one of the most wonderful blog posts I have seen this year, and I encourage you to read it (and perhaps even comment) - http://blog.kohlerinteriors.com/2012/02/10/how-to-spend-one-great-morning-in-paris-a-trip-to-the-paris-flea-market-by-thomas-pheasant/

Enjoy!


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22 comments:

  1. A great read during my morning coffee. How I wish I could be in Paris right now.

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  2. thanks for sharing, I've always been a big Thomas Pheasant fan!

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  3. Oh your lucky sister!! And will have to pop right on over - looks like a bookmark worthy read!!

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  4. Holly I am off to read more. These images take my breath away!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  5. Love Thomas Pheasant's work, Paris, and Baker Furniture. Would love to see a glimpse of your sister's finished DC home too!

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  6. Love, love his work. You sister is fortunate to have Pheasant for her designer.
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  7. Is this the same sister that had the guest apatment over the garage you posted about a while back? If so, she is truly one lucky girl!

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  8. I'm overwhelmed...
    Such restraint in he first image! It's magic!

    The light in the sky in the bedroom view shot reminds me of the light I see in the old Dutch Master's painting.
    I wish I was sipping my glass of wine there instead of here at my computer...

    Have a great weekend!

    Cheers,
    John

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  9. Just beautiful! Thanks for sharing Holly!

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  10. What a beautiful room with a beautiful view!

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  11. What a gorgeous apartment! And the view is splendid! Have a fabulous day, Kellie xx

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  12. Can anyone identify the chairs in the first photo? Thanks.

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  13. and of course his apartment looks AMAZING. I adore his work and collection at Baker.

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  14. Wow! Amazing view! I want to go on vacation now!

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  15. He definitely has an amazing apartment! I also love his magical view from his bedroom! :D

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  16. Breath taking! Those were just really lovely! Thanks.

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  17. This room is out of this world, fantastic! Such a lucky girl, and don't get me started on the view!

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  18. Beautiful images. Love his work and can't wait to read that article.

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  19. I would love to go to Europe with him. Just beautiful!

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  20. I'm headed to Paris this summer, I need to scout the markets, thanks for the links. How wonderful that you are both working with such amazing designers! Hope you are doing well Holly.

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  21. Well, your sister has selected the creme de la creme! I always "hoped" to "get his room" when I worked the Symphony Decorator Showhouse. He was always "nice enough" to give us personal tours. Hope we get to see the "finished creation...." franki

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  22. The images look so awesome and pleasant. I wish I could be in Paris for a break.

    sheds

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