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1/24/11

When Decor Worlds Collide

The title of this post could be referencing the well balanced mix of several styles and design periods in this creative and beautiful home.  However, what I was really aiming at here, is the fact that I just discovered that this house belongs to the owner of one of my favorite design stores, Mason.  Not only have I purchased several items from this fun shop, but I even wrote about a visit here.  What made this article from New England Home even more special for me, aside from these amazing images, was that it was styled and written by Stacy Kunstel, whom I've had the pleasure of meeting several times!






57 comments:

  1. Hi Sue!
    As you say, the mix between styles are amazing in this home. The blanket on the first pic looks beautiful and cozy. I would love to have one of those! Also love the oriental and spiritual touches in this home and the lightness OMG, its amazing!!!

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  2. FABULOUS!! You know how much I love Mason, where my beautiful stag bookends are from. Now next time I go to the store, I will have a new vision of how it all can work. And LOVE Stacy as well - so talented AND nice!! Really just a spectacular eclectic mix!!

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  3. It's like an explosion of happiness! Love the use of color and patterns, so visually entertaining! xo

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  4. Divine design is what you get when you combine a stylish store owner and a fabulous stylist - Stacy must have had such fun with this shoot!
    xxoo

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  5. I love all of the colours that have been woven into this house, I must escape from my taupe prison.

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  6. These are amaazing! It looks kind of like my house, I mean, my house is a waaaayyyy less elegant version of this. But still, just my style, I love it! XX!

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  7. The raspberry velvet dining chairs...love them! It looks like a fun and relaxing way to live.

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  8. Loving those pops of shocking pink in the various schemes, however Isee you saved the best for last! That collecttion of silver ciggarette boxes is wonderful.

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  9. I would love that Kudu statue beside the bed.
    The lucite table is beautiful, but sooo low.
    Nice job on the post. Charming house. About Stacy and the owners, it's a small world isn't it. They must be thrilled with your post.

    yvonne

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  10. This home is fabulous and the mix of patterns and colors are so what appeals to me!

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  11. That home is wonderful and like they say if you love it it'll go. Stacy has such a wonderful eye for styling. Wonderful mix of styles aand colors!

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  12. I love the bold colors, esp pink. The fabrics, the light fixtures and the placement of all the treasures is waaay to fun! XO

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  13. Fabulous interior! Fabulous styling by Stacy...I just think she is amazing!

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  14. Bring it on! Love the pink and orange together ~

    Have a wonderful week Sue :)
    Laura

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  15. This is so beautiful, I love the colors and the world traveler vibe, especially the Indian accents... This is what my dream house looks like :)

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  16. I want a buddha even more now!

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  17. I love the Jere-esque wall hanging in the bedroom. I hope that you had a fab weekend.

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  18. I am all about mixing prints so naturally I love everything in this home!
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  19. Sue...you have made me feel a million times better about my decor style at home..this sums me up really.
    P.S have a little award for you on my blog x

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  20. I pinned the crap out of this place the other day- it's positively divine! I am wild for those La Fiorentina chairs and the leopard and the coffee table and the dining fixture- all of it is totally amazing!

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  21. ok LOVE the 3rd pic - i have a similiar light - and the sculpture - jkust in love with that space!!! - i just wish i had a bigger house to decorate with more design stlyles!

    *kiss kiss*
    Erika
    ~Tiptoe Butterfly~

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  22. I'm a new follower! Thank you so much for stopping by my blog this morning! I'm excited to have found yours.

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  23. Amazing decor! Wow! I love how you know everyone in your decor world. It's really quite remarkable.

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  24. Wow, so much bold color and pattern going on. Took a great eye to balance that all together, quite lovely.

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  25. How outrageously fun!
    I love when people do just as they please in their homes ;)
    Happy Monday, Alcira

    nerochronicles.com

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  26. Very intelligent blend of styles! I really liked the zebra!

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  27. It's so refreshing to see rooms that aren't made of matched sets and that include pieces personally significant to the owners.

    That round table must be a cousin to my grandmothers (c. 1910's) where I'm having breakfast. My husband would be surprised to come home and find that a zebra had replaced one of the kitties, but would also wonder when I disappeared to bring it back home from what could have been an amazing trip.

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  28. Such a wonderful mix -- tough to pull off, but done with such flare here. All that bright color...it would be hard not to be happy there! Love it.

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  29. So my style! Love all the fun elements! XX

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  30. Wow, there are some statement pieces in that space, it's brilliant!

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  31. Love the colors and the sweet Zebra too.
    Best,
    Colleen

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  32. You've got to mix things up in life! Love these spaces....the leopard puff with geometric chairs is probably my favorite! xoxo

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  33. OK that just doubled my list of things I covet.

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  34. Can't go wrong with leopard. It's just not possible.

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  35. Such a small world! I love the mix in these spaces!

    Be sure to stop by for my 40% off handbags sale in my shop! :)
    http://lisaroyblog.blogspot.com

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  36. I just love, love, all the color and pattern. And those raspberry chairs, orange sofa! Oh my!

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  37. amazing photos! I could sit and stare at them for a few house if i didnt have work to do. I really adore the orange sofa. Orange can be a heavy color but the room still felt very light and airy.

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  38. The mix really works! Thanks for sharing!

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  39. Could see myself sitting by the windows in that chair by the zebra.
    xo Cathy

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  40. What amazing images. I would happily hang out in any of those rooms.

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  41. Hi nice to meet you!. Love your blog. Thanks for stopping by the other day. I love the shot of pinky purple in some of the pics (or would you call that raspberry?). It's a colour that i'm kind of afraid of and yet always makes a room look fabulous. Also was an exchange student in New Canaan when I was 17 so have incredibly fond memories of that town.

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  42. Wow- what beautifully designed spaces! I love the pops of color and the amazing art above the bed.

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  43. although i don't decorate with color, i love it in other houses. this space is awesome!

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  44. This is so chic -- and I love that fabulous orange couch!
    xo Josie
    http://winksmilestyle.blogspot.com

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  45. I love a low chair...(pic #4)...I always gravitate to them in social situations...k

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  46. wow those are some bold choices, not sure if I can handle some of those colors but props for having no fear

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  47. Incredible. Beautiful home. By Mason. Styled by Stacy. That's just a great way to start the week. I could move in, I love it so much! So happy you found this!

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  48. Loving the purple chairs and orange couch. Thanks.

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  49. Mixing styles and time periods is something that's always been difficult for me. But, I love these examples. Especially loving all the bright colors!

    xo
    jess

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  50. I just don't know if I could sell a client an orange sofa... :) Other than that I love it!

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  51. Oooh you are a beautitiful beautiful blog.
    Many kisses from Spain!

    Elisa

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  52. There are so many great pieces in these spaces. I have wanted a C. Jere raindrops sculpture for the longest time.


    Mr. Goodwill Hunting

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  53. What a huge compliment, Sue that you would feature this house! I loved styling this shoot and writing about Mason owner Kristin Gallipoli. She lives fearlessly and I think that really shows in her interiors and in her store. If only we could all have confidence like this! Hope to see you at gift show next week! xosk

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  54. Beautiful! Eye candy on a dreary day in New England! I love the juxtapostion of styles, bold colors and texture.

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  55. This is pretty interesting. I like all these styles, but I think the second from the top down is my very favorite.

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  56. That orange sofa+Moroccan ottomans+leopard pillows makes me happy happy happy.

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  57. Ohm. Yeah. That house is awesome. David Hicks+WombChair+Fuchsia+Cheetah=LOVE.

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