You can get portraits for a steal at flea markets and they’re wonderful conversation-starters. Just ask your guests to give the strangers in the painting a name and backstory. You’d be surprised with what they’ll come up with!
While Angela Blehm’s Georgia home showcases her design aesthetic beautifully, her art studio is where she really gets to let the creativity flow. The bright floral print fabric on the vintage desk chair and the pale blue framed mirror are just a few of the touches that make this studio fun and inviting. Every color, pattern, texture, and medium is available in this space. I could barely resist picking up a paintbrush myself! Seeing Angela in this place of creation it’s clear, that with her passion for art and design, the possibilities are endless.
A wide gold chevron stripe visually leads residents through this eclectic hallway. It's a portrait gallery of sorts where the distinguished guests on display are some of Jackson Hole's (where the house is located) most notable occupants.
A circular bar makes great use of an unusual space at the foot of a romantic wooden staircase. Metallic tile transitions to stone, visually separating the inner bar from the guest-friendly area. Arched windows and an arched doorway continue the curved design of the stairs and bar.
A closed-off lounge makes one thing clear: you have to be on the A-list to hang out here. Notice the photographs of all those celebrities on the wall? That's just 1 of 100 curated art installations in the house.
Designers took the lower level powder room of a historic David Adler mansion from being dingy and dated to updated and chic! Gold and white stools tuck in under the lucite vanity and embellished wallpaper further ups the glitz appeal.