THE MANOR HOUSE
the walkway to the entrance of the manor house is lined with boxwood balls planted 20 years ago by bunny!
THE ENTRANCE HALL- MELON WALLS, STENCILED FLOORS AND THE 19-TH CENTURY MIRROR WELCOME GUESTS.
THE LIVING ROOM- AN 18TH CENTURY ITALIAN CARVED AND GILDED MIRROR ANCHORS THis beautiful room!
19TH- CENTURY RUSSIAN TABLE IN THE LIVING ROOM- GORGEOUS!
ANOTHER VIEW OF THE LIVING ROOM- THE BENCHES IN FRONT OF FIREPLACE ARE ORIGINAL INSPIRATION FOR THE BEELINE PUG BENCH.
A VIEW FROM THE LIBRARY ONTO THE YARD
a long view of the library looking towards the round pedestal table anchoring one end of the room
i love the gold and red color palette of the library!
A VIEW FROM THE LIBRARY INTO THE DINING ROOM
the dining room- green historic wallpaper provides a backdrop for a round dining table with black lacquered regency chairs- my favorite thing in this room is the black and gold tole light fixture- chic!
i love the dining table set with blue and white canton china- the blue accents in the green dining room is simply perfection! a perfect setting for easter dinner!
I COVET THIS kitchen STORAGE CLOSET- EVERYTHING FROM LINENS TO CANDLES- so CHIC!
the breakfast table with italian cane chairs in the kitchen
the MASTER BEDROOM- I LOVE THE HAND EMBROIDERED INDIAN COTTON AND GINGHAM BED HANGINGS- bunny does bedrooms so well, actually, she’s the best at everything!
the dressing table in the master bedroom- i love the curtains made from handblocked cotton by robert kime- chic!
the guest bedroom- the mirror hanging over the dresser is the original inspiration for the beeline point of view mirror
THE guest bath- b for blue!
one of the many porches- i love all the wicker chairs, the painted finishes and the sky blue painted ceiling!
an antique plant stand with an abundance of ivies, ferns and herbs- love!
a view from the master bedroom onto the gardens
the carriage house
the backyard and gardens- a perfect place for an easter egg hunt!
the sunken garden- i love the box hedges around the pool!
bunny and john’s home and gardens- an affair to remember!