Design Inspiration

This week is about people that inspire and motivate just by the sheer creative energy they bring to the world. Of course, for me, environments are the ultimate experience. So, while art is my passion, interior design is my life (that must make color my breath) so I never tire of the mind boggling spaces gifted designers create. They nudge me to make bolder choices, carry a broad stroke through a room, and trust my distinct point of view. Take a look...

Erin Martin- I mentioned her Monday and could babble some more about her brilliance, but let's just look shall we?


John Saladino is a more, shall we way, seasoned designer. He made his mark in the 80's and continues to create some of the most stunning and subtle homes I've ever seen. He's other worldly to me, he's so gifted and developed and genius... Here's just a glimpse of his work:

[caption id="attachment_5014" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="This home (one of my Saladino fav's) is featured in Monochrome, a stunning book by Paula Rice Jackson"][/caption]

[caption id="attachment_5018" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="Sheer magic- curtains going up the stairs, fireplace tucked under stairs, modern iron work in an overscaled classic motif, enchanting enclave... don't think I can stop detailing the wonder of this space..."][/caption]

And just when you're baffled by the lack of color in my inspirational Designers so far, let me introduce madcap warm-hearted Jay Jeffers...

[caption id="attachment_5023" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="I'll close with Jay's office. Can you imagine the ideas you'd conjure in a space like this? All of these designers are most inspiring because they're in motion. They take action, they try new things, they live their passion and watch their dreams and those of their clients come to life. Ahhh.... there your go- I'm inspired. Are you?"][/caption]


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