Flower Magazine

MAY-JUN 2019

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CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT: Hand-painted chests reminiscent of Chinese export porcelain were the starting point for the master bedroom's blue-and-white palette. The Matouk custom scallop-edge linens are a crisp counterpoint to the knotty wood pencil-post bed and oversized inlaid mirror. • The botanical-print wallpaper and shades echo the woodland views from the master bath. • The bath marries modern luxury and old-fashioned charm. • The master sitting room is well suited for resting and re-energizing. foyer and linseed oil in the family room. The subtlety of these finishes allowed all those perfect imperfections to peek through for more depth and dimension." The simplicity of the woodwork also balances the mélange of motifs presented on the rugs, window treatments, upholstery, and wallcoverings. Floral, plaid, and chinoiserie prints—once considered traditional—read as anything but old-school because of their invigorated colorways and exaggerated scale. "People often think of antebellum homes and envision serious, stodgy interiors," Farmer says. While we Southerners do love our antiques, heirlooms, and other fineries, a little lightheartedness sure goes a long way." Continued on next page M AY/J U N E 2 0 1 9 | 67

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