Wednesday, 22 July 2009

From the Files


This image {above} is one I've kept on file since mid last year. It's from an article Inside Out magazine did {May/June 2008 issue} on former Vogue Entertaining & Travel & Vogue Living Editor, Sharyn Storrier Lyneham's home.

After spotting this image in my files earlier this week I remembered that Vogue Living had done a story on Sharyn's home too {January/February 2008 issue}. I found a copy of the story and thought I would post the image Vogue Living published of this very same room.

I just adore the look of this sunroom - it's so fresh and pretty, inviting and mismatched and how divine are the fresh Hydrangeas?! Apparently those to die for cushions on the cane chairs are vintage.

These days Sharyn is in partnership with Australian Fashion Queen Belinda Seper in their unique concept store, Edit.



Image 1 - Inside Out Magazine, Image 2 - Vogue Living via Edit

12 comments:

Lovely Little Nest said...

Interesting mix of colors!

jociegal said...

I especially love the bowl of hydrangeas on the table. Always timeless.

Karena said...

I love sun rooms and the feeling they invoke, of relaxation, enjoying the outdoor scenery, and flowers.

Sharnel said...

One of the most beautiful rooms I've seen!

CDS said...

there's nothing like fresh flowers. Lovely.

Kellie Collis said...

Love Edit! Their fabrics are just stunning. I am dying to cover a chair i have at home in one of their fabrics...

Caroline at Caroline's Lost and Found said...

Oh, love those cane chairs! Take care, Caroline

Gabrielle Valentine said...

That's beautiful. I love the wood, light blues and the bright red. Really cool design.
Gabrielle Valentine
theinmomniac.com

Jen R. said...

Love those amazing pictures!

Alicia said...

Naturally the cushions are vintage. Isn't that always the way, something so wonderful is not available no matter what you do....
A great place to read or eat breakfast, lunch...oh eck its just lovely.

Tea and Margaritas in My Garden said...

Pretty and colourful!
I love hydrangeas. Just plopped a big bunch of white ones on my kitchen table today.

tea
xo

jamiebee said...

Did you see the work of Paul Raeside in Vogue Living ? His style is very gentle yet strong. His composition is very delicate and he has seen some wonderful interiors.

jb