clos fiorentina seen from the pavilion by the pool
the interior of the pool pavilion living room
an alley in the gardens of clos fioretina of lemon trees and arum lilies
the clos living room- love the hurricanes on the pedestals and the simple ivory slipcovered furniture
the interior stairway at the clos- love all the stacks of books
the master bedroom at clos- all white- love the canopy bed and the stacks of books on the long bench at foot of bed
the upstairs hallway leading to the guest rooms at the clos
the “bunny” guest room, named and reserved for bunny mellon- love all the variations of blue and white prints- chic, chic, chic!
the guest bath- all white with brass accents- blue and white prints and objects carry through from guest rooms
the “walter” guest room, named and reserved for walter lees- love the white floor and the blue and white print on the walls- beautiful!
le jonchet manor- the french country house
the parterre at the le jonchet- i love boxwoods
another view of the parterre derived from the monastic gardens at san giorgio in venice
the interior of the orangery at le jonchet
in the salon a diego giacometti octagon table with a jacques lipchitz sculpture- above hangs a painting by krouchnik
the salon at le jonchet- a diego giacometti bronze table and stools grounds the center of the room- terribly chic!
the dining room at le jouchet with walls covered in hand painted chinese paper- simple and elegant!
a guest room decorated with the “tree of life fabric” by braquenié- amazing!
the 18th century paris town house on rue de grenelle- the green salon- gorgeous!
another view of the green salon- very grand, very elegant, very chic!
i love the tall bouquet of ere murus and, of course, the stacks of books
the hallway at rue de grenelle- louis xv porphyry vases on marble pedestals