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white floors and white walls create the foundation for furniture arranged like sculpture- charming!

the facade of the carriage house

the outside entrance to the carriage house- a potted boxwood topiary stand’s guard

the entrance- a sol lewitt hangs over an antique swedish commode

hallway walls covered in men’s oxford shirting cloth, trimmed in olive green grosgrain- it’s all in the details!

an ellsworth kelly hangs above a gustavian console- i love how the green in the art picked up in the grosgrain trim on walls- stunning!

books shelves flanking window banquettes along wall- artfully arranged seating provide amazing style to the sitting room- i love books and i love a round rush basket!

the sitting room is anchored by a denim blue tufted ottoman-  louis xv1 side chairs, french arm chairs, banquettes and billy baldwin slipper chairs create interesting seating arrangements- i’m charmed!

painted louis xvi chairs in a a blue stripe flank a round marble table from christie’s

blue accents playing off neutrals-the convex mirror creates a beautiful reflection of the space- i love the upholstered screen and swing arm reading lights behind slipper sofa!

the large bedroom- artful arranging of furniture and art- blue accents on occasional chairs- i love the large hand-woven irish rug!

large map of paris takes center stage in bedroom

above an antique french library ladder sits a matisse- beautiful pop of blue!

george iii scones illuminate the bindings of an antique book collection in recessed book cases- oh how i love books!

another denim blue tufted ottoman is used in bedroom- i love the tall ficus and its relationship with adjacent mahogany armoire and round gilt mirror- beyond charming!

custom designed bed on casters, one of budd’s signatures

another relationship on the other side of bedroom between the ficus and a antique gilded swedish mirror

a custom prototype desk made from leather and brushed steel

a 19th century french marble bust guards the terrace!

where carriages would enter at street level and park- charming and chic!


“CHARMED- Bruce Budd” - 2 Comments

  1. quite an example of less is more! very striking – indeed very talented individual./


  2. […] chic, timeless, without a hint of artifice or predictability. My good friend, Mark D. Sikes has featured Budd’s work extensively and among the rooms he has featured, I am particularly fond of the striking sitting room […]


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