Thursday, 7 April 2011

Brocante Rose

Relaxed country living
BOOK: Junk Style by Melanie Molesworth PHOTOGRAPHY: Tom Leighton
1.& 2.BOOK: Junk Style by Melanie Molesworth PHOTOGRAPHY: Tom Leighton 3.& 4. STYLIST Atlanta Bartlett
BOOK: Junk Style by Melanie Molesworth PHOTOGRAPHY: Tom Leighton
1. STYLIST Atlanta Bartlett 2.PHOTOGRAPHER: Jo Tyler @ Sarah Kaye
3.FABRIC: Cabbages & Roses Natural Hatley raspberry 4.Caravan STYLIST Atlanta Bartlett PHOTOGRAPHER: Simon Brown  

LOCATION AGENCY: Light Locations

1.Quilts & chair by SHOP: Velvet Ribbon 2.Roses & bottle PHOTOGRAPHER: Christine Bauer  3.Caravan STYLIST Atlanta Bartlett PHOTOGRAPHER: Simon Brown 4.Bicycle PHOTOGRAPHER: Christine Bauer

All by PHOTOGRAPHER: Christine Bauer 

LOCATION AGENCY: jjlocations
PHOTOGRAPHER: Hoss Intropia by Helena Christensen


Anonymous said...

Beautiful styling and photography, just what we've come to expect from these professionals. The best part is, this is a style that's accessible to everyone who love it, made up of the simplest pallete and aged everyday things we so often take for granted. Thanks for sharing.


Nedj said...

Lots of charm campaign, I always preferred the city!
And this dinner by candlelight in front of the caravan ... waouhhh!
The sweetness in its purest form!
What time is it in your little English village? I send you some sun Basque!
Sweet day

Susan T said...

OH! OH! OH! You have done it this time. I need a new kettle - well an old kettle! Plus you have provided inspiration for my spare room - just have to talk husband into panelling the walls!


Susan T said...

NB Please see reply left on my blog. xxx

manon 21 said...

Je dors dans les même draps que tecinqieme photo,j'adore.

Belle journée


d e l i g h t said...

This is so gorgeous! Love the color samples along side. My Jeanne d'arc came yesterday and I can hardly wait to look at it. Have a wonderful day.

Pamela said...

Beautiful images Glenda! Love the styling!
Oh it makes me wish for summer!!

That material in my guest bath is a tablecloth! It is huge with matching napkins. It was a gift from my Aunt from Italy!

Pamela xo

The Paper Mulberry - Glenda Steel said...

I'm thrilled you love these images as much a I do, Junk Style is one of my all time favourite interior books, it never dates and is always a huge source of inspiration. Thank you so much you make my day with your lovely comments! Warmest wishes - Glenda

Wendy Paula said...

Beautiful collection Glenda, I really appreciate your wonderful ability to style the images with such perfection:)
Wendy x

Seawashed said...

Such beauty. How on earth do you make your photos on your blog so large???

KiwiStyle said...

It is not often that I find a blog that I fully resonate with and truely adore. Yey. Jane (NZ)

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

So fresh and delightful! And BIG! LOVE!

Signe said...

Perfection! I love each and every image!
If I didn't love rough and industrial details so much I would decorate my home in a french farmhouse style for sure :)

Kate said...

I love your blog!!! Its gorgeous looking forward to some great inspiration. Happy Weekend

warm regards

The Gossamer Tearoom said...

I have just discovered your blog and I just love it! So, so, so pretty! Every image is just perfect!


Anji Johnston said...

I just drooollll over all your posts - in fact it's quite embarressing! My husband seems to think I have rabies because of my frothing at the mouth! Seriously, so inspiring, helpful and motivating - thank you so much!

Anonymous said...

What an absolutely delicious blog you have!! I would so thank the friend who directed me here if I could remember who it was! I am your newest follower!

bee blessed


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