Sunday, April 20, 2008

Nathan Egan Interiors

I ran across this New York design team of Wayne Nathan and Carol Egan while surfing one of my favorite blogs, Habitually Chic. I LOVE their interior work - clean, simple, inviting yet sophisticated and classic. I love the play of different whites and cream colors together. Simple lines not too much clutter.

Fabulous art work makes the room pop.

Balance and symmetry but always dramatic.

Subtle use of tones with a mixture of antiques and modern furniture.

Warm earthy neutrals to enhance the stainless appliances instead of having them stand out. Brilliant!

What an inspiration! Does it remind us of the Bridget Beari Style? I hope so!


Fay said...

Love this post and your understated aesthetic. Check out my post on Darryl Carter and let me know what you think about his look....Thanks... Fay

Susan M. Jamieson, ASID said...

Thanks for the comment. I will check out your Darryl Carter post.

Anonymous said...

Your lifestyle or taste determines what the focal point of your living area is. If you have a fireplace, you can rearrange your furniture around it. Or if you have a piano, and this is the focal point of your living area, your furniture could be set around it. When rearranging your furniture, also consider traffic in your Living Room Decoration area. It is always good to arrange furniture in off-square angles. This makes the room warmer and more casual.

Diane said...

Love this post -- classic and welcoming

wayne nathan jorge ramon said...

Thank you for the posting of our work and comments. Very happy to be recognizied by a talented colleague. Love your blog and look forward to popping in again!
keep in touch....

Wayne Nathan
Nathan Egan Interiors