Allow me to share one of the many
reasons I adore interior design:
there is within this field a universal loveliness
which transcends language and culture…
*speaking with hands now*
Case in point.
a design firm headed by
is named for her husband’s
Italian family name Segreto,
which means ‘secret.’
Ooooooh, I love un segreto!
Here is a peek at some secret finishes
executed in a breathtaking Provence-inspired
home featured in the new book.
Sarah West ~ architectual consultant
Architectural Solutions, Inc ~ architect
Richard Price Custom Homes ~ builder
Plaster and reclaimed architectural finishes
weave rooms together harmoniously…
and can you imagine the secrets these
old pieces could tell?????
light fixture by AREA
18th c. door from Chateau Domingue
Leslie owns an art gallery and is inspired
by all aspects of artistic painting, in fact,
she can say she wrote the book.
A big gorgeous book of secrets.
(I love this kitchen like a fat girl loves cake.)
It was that iced white beauty lounging lustfully under that cloche
in a few images above that made me say it.
Segreto: Secrets to Finishing Beautiful Interiors
is full of spaces with visual inspiration, warmth, character, and depth.
The plaster! The floors! The essence of Provence!
Isn’t it romantic?
Peace to you right where you are.