02 October 2010

Two New Texas French Design Books

Two new design books were recently released – both have strong Texas ties.   Enjoy!

 

BOOK #1

 

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Slipped chair designed by Lauren Ross – a favorite of design bloggers.

 

Last year I wrote two stories about Lauren Ross’ houses – one in Houston and her newer one in Austin HERE and HERE.   The response was overwhelmingly positive – so many readers were interested in seeing more of Lauren’s house after it was first featured in the magazine Country Living.  Her style is all about white linen and seagrass and slipcovers and it seems that half of the design blogdom was obsessed with it:  pictures of her slipcovers seen in Country Living have shown up time and time again on the internet.  It was a thrill for me to get to know sweet Lauren and her houses –  especially since the one in Houston is a long time favorite of mine.   Earlier this year Lauren told me that her house was being photographed for Carolyn Westbrook’s latest book.   I wasn’t surprised – Lauren and Carolyn have similar styles, both loving white linen.   Carolyn, a designer,  sells her own line of linens, bedding, slipcovers and duvets, along with antiques at Round Top and other fairs throughout the year.   Just released,  The French Inspired Home, is Carolyn’s second book  and Lauren’s house is featured in it, along with Carolyn’s and several other Texas houses.  

 

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Lauren’s Great Room in Austin has two separate seating areas – both in white linen slipcovers.   Lauren’s look and Carolyn’s look are similar - linen is the predominant fabric in both their houses.

 

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Lauren’s family room has Austin limestone walls.  They add so much personality to the house – the rough texture plays off all the soft linen. 

 

 

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This house located in Round Top is also featured in The French Inspired Home.   It looked familiar to me – and then I remembered it was first seen in the blog, Beadboard Upcountry HERE.

 

 

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Its kitchen is really fabulous.   There is also a La Cornue range on the opposite wall!!  I wonder if the house ever sold?

 

 

image In case you aren’t from Texas and didn’t make it to this year’s Round Top, you can order linens from Carolyn’s line on her website HERE.  I am partial to the chocolate line.  So pretty!

 

 

image The book is now available through Amazon.   If you like white linen, slipcovers and seagrass, I think you’ll like this one too!

 

BOOK #2

 

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The second Texas design book comes from the prolific Betty Lou Phillips.   Just released this week, French Impressions is her 10th design book – amazing!   I remember her first one, published in 1998,  like it was yesterday – there was a lot of buzz about it,  everyone was talking about this designer from Dallas named Betty Lou Phillips.   Since then, I’ve eagerly bought each subsequent book.    Most of Betty Lou’s books are filled with interiors done by her along with a few select designers, including her two designing daughters-in-law.    French Impressions is different though and it took me a while to realize that when reading it.  It’s  about one house only – hers.   Over the years, Betty Lou has featured her own houses – from her French house in Highland Park to her getaway mansion in Colorado.    In French Impressions she writes about  her  newest  house just recently completed in Dallas.   It doesn’t really explain this in the book anywhere, that I could find – but it’s not hard to figure out that all the pictures are from just one house (although it did take me a while to catch on!)

 

 

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The beautiful Betty Lou Phillips has sold over 1/2 million books, including a series of children's books.

 

What is the house like?     How to describe it?  Imagine being an empty nester and building a house that could double for a hotel in Paris.   This hotel theme runs throughout the enormous house which seems  designed to luxuriously house numerous guests, including its owners.    Every detail seems geared to guests.   For example, consider the elevator. Usually when there is a residential elevator – it is hidden away.  Not so here – a large sign in French announcing “Ascenseur” hangs above its doors – just as it probably once hung above an elevator in an old Parisian building.    And to be sure, there is a 19th century Baccarat crystal chandelier in the elevator.    Everything is excessive, from the marble and gilt powder room with two sinks to the kitchen, the offices, the granddaughters bedroom.   Betty Lou has 4 granddaughters and they have their own suite – a sort of Parisian hotel dorm room.    Each girl has her own Patina four poster bed designated by her monogram on the sheets.   Then, there is a large attached bathroom filled with everything a preteen might need, along with a computer room, I-Pod  and Wi-Fi ready.   I think the granddaughters room is my favorite of them all – it’s utterly charming – a private hotel suite for the four girls whenever they visit Granny.   The lone grandson has his own suite, jungle themed.   Then, there’s Betty Lou’s husband who has a private country club, complete with a club room worthy of any CEO, and a dressing room with a putting green.  

 

 

image Rather than hidden away, the elevator is marked for guests to find.

 

No expense has been spared here.  There is more white marble in this house than in Italy - the kitchen and bathrooms are floor to ceiling marble.  Next to the large kitchen with its gleaming La Cornue range, is the marbled “catering” kitchen – larger than most main kitchens.   The catering kitchen has to make-do with a just a  36” Viking range.    The enormous dining room is set up like a hotel – instead of just one large dining table, there are three Fortuny skirted round tables, each with its own crystal chandelier.    Most interesting is how much furniture Betty Lou used from the old house.   Her living room and dining room are furnished almost identically to her former abode.   Betty Lou truly loves French furniture, especially armoires –  almost every room has one fabulously tall antique armoire in it.   Yet, despite the numerous armoires, much of the furniture appears new rather than antique.   The family room is notable for its walk-in bar set up with white clothed tables and banquette seating, just like you would find in a French hotel.   In fact the paneled bar was copied from one found in  Paris’ Le Meurice hotel.  The library is drool worthy – floor to ceiling bookcases cover each wall and hiding behind a movable shelf is the filing room – just perfect to stash away those messy  papers and folders.   The laundry room - OY.   It’s decorated in pink patent leather wallpaper with shelves holding monogrammed baskets for each bedroom and bathroom.   There are only two chandeliers in the laundry room.    There is even a mailroom – and it IS a room –wallpapered in a Eifel Tower theme.  

The attention to the smallest detail is remarkable.  The pantry looks like a stage set – all the perfectly organized cubbies are labeled, in French AND English:  Pates/Pasta, or my favorite – Sauce Tomate/Ketchup.    Each bathroom has its own set of specially monogrammed towels.   Napkins are monogrammed “Cafe Le Bastille.”   There are even bags holding newspapers that hang on guest bedroom doors proclaiming “Good Morning” – just like any five star hotel would provide.   Betty Lou’s dressing room is on the cover of the book – antique mirrored closet doors ring the two story room which is large enough for a sitting area in the middle of  it.    Outside there are more guest accommodations, a lilac colored working office fit for Marie Antoinette, and a backyard resort area with pool and cabana. 

 

image Guests receive the morning papers just like at a hotel.  I wonder who actually gets up in the morning to deliver these papers?

 

Do I like the house?    I have to say I miss the Bennison fabrics and decor from her warm and inviting Colorado house.   This house is very dressy, not anything like my preferred,  laid back, comfy style.     But the house is definitely worth seeing and reading about, if only to get a glimpse at how one can happily live in a Five-Star Parisian hotel smack in the middle of Dallas, Texas. 

 

 

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Pictured on the cover is Betty Lou’s two story closet.   Yes – this is her closet. 

 

image The family room with its paneled walls has a large 16th century fireplace.   The hotel style walk-in bar is on the left. 

 

 

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The kitchen has soapstone counters and white marble walls that extend up to the ceiling.  I love the soapstone backsplash behind the sink.   Be sure to notice the ceiling.   Next to the kitchen is the large catering kitchen.

 

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A view of the La Cornue range – this French range can cost more than the average house!!  What a dream to own one.  Would you rather own an English AGA or the French La Cornue?   Hmmm.  That’s a tough one to answer. 

 

 

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The breakfast room, with its Michael Taylor furniture, has steel windows and walnut paneling.    Betty Lou has written a chapter on French table manners, including how to properly eat lettuce.

 

 

 

 

image Looking into the paneled dining room with the skirted tables.

 

 

 

 

image The view towards the stairhall.  Notice how each table has its own chandelier.  These chairs are the same ones used in her former house – just the cushions have changed.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

imageThe adorable  Jackson in his Ralph Lauren sweater has his own Patina bed with monogrammed linens.  Patina is a favorite line of Betty Lou.  Apparently Jackson has beds like this all over the house, but prefers to sleep with his mommmy and daddy – naturally!

 

 

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The master bedroom with its Patina bed is part of a large suite – consisting of huge his and hers bathrooms and closets. 

 

 

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One of the guest rooms with dark chocolate walls. 

 

 

 

image Almost every room has a large antique armoire – as seen in the guest room.

 

 

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The guest room’s bath – the bath mats are actually tiles.  Notice the monogrammed towels match the bath mats.  As always, there is a crystal chandelier or two in this room.

 

 

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The granddaughters dorm room – 4 Patina beds with individual monogrammed sheets.   A computer room for the girls is part of the suite.

 

 

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The grandson has a safari themed room. 

 

 

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In the pink vinyl wallpapered laundry, each room has its own basket.   Bed sheets are pressed here. 

 

 

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The back yard is a resort – with a fully stocked cabana and pool.   All the furniture has bright colored cushions. Menu items in both French and English are monogrammed on the chair back cushions. 

 

 

 image A look back:  this is the house Betty Lou featured in her first book – Provencal Interiors.   She sold it last year when she moved into her new house, the subject of her latest book. 

 

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The old house:  The marble floored entry hall – the piano and the two small French chairs are also in the new house’s entry hall – but with fresh upholstery. 

 

image The old house’s living room.   The new living room uses all of the same furniture. 

 

 

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In the old house – the living room and dining room were mirror images.   Here the paneling is painted, while in the new house, the paneling is stained dark.  Do you prefer the light paneling or the dark?  

 

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In the old house, a vignette in the living room. 

 

 

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  This 1760 French commode is one of Betty Lou’s  prized antiques.  Seen in the living room in both her old house and the new one. 

 

 

 

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The old house’s dining room is set up exactly like the new house – just with different fabrics. 

 

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A vignette in her former dining room with the blue and white striped fabric and a beloved pet. 

 

 

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The family room – designed for the 90s.   Betty Lou really liked to use skirted tables.  It seems every room in the old house had one.

 

 

imageThe old house’s kitchen is not nearly as luxurious as the new house, but it is still amazing.  

 

 

 

image The breakfast room in the old house – notice the gorgeous buffet a deux. 

 

 

image An earlier picture from the 90s shows a pine cabinet instead of the buffet a deux, plus the rug was plain here.   I like the newer version with the French buffet more. 

 

 image  The old house’s library.   Notice the carpet that popular in the late 90s.  This desk in now in the brown guest room.

 

 

 

image The master bedroom in the former house has the same Patina furniture as the new one – only the fabrics and rug have been changed.

 

image The grandson’s safari bedroom in the former house.

 image An earlier version of the granddaughters' bedroom.

 

 

To order these two books, simply click here through to Amazon!  

 

The French Inspired Home : click here to order this book from Amazon now!

 

 

French Impressions : click here to order this book from Amazon now!

57 comments:

  1. I ordered both books on
    Amazon. Several fellow designers I know scoff at Betty Lou's books because they are almost too perfectly staged. But, I have always loved her ability to capture so much perfection and detail in her rooms.

    I think that both books are great!

    Thanks for covering them.

    Melissa Rakowski
    color&lightatelier@blogspot.com

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  2. So much to look at, merci for sharing all that. I do not even know how you post all this. I am always impressed.
    pve

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  3. 2 more to add to my list! The kitchens in both were perfect. The library desk in Mrs. Phillips home is gorgeous.
    I went to Carolyn's website but could only see the bed linens, but will go back later. Just beautiful.
    Everything here is beautiful.. Such talent.
    By the way, that is some dorm room!
    Have a nice afternoon.
    Teresa

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  4. I have to agree with you that the granddaughter's room is my favorite in Betty Lou Phillips new home. However, I'm surprising myself by saying that I like the dark paneling over the painted in the living room, and her closet...I can't even imagine!

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  5. What fabulous photographs, those books are truly awesome! Will plan on ordering them, thanks for sharing!

    Happy I found your blog, I should not be reading blogs, but I am and I'm having fun! Should be packing or doing something like that!

    Nancy

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  6. I have always enjoyed looking at BLP's books. I have all but this new one. I have to ask a question and I don't mean this to come off in the wrong way...but is it possible that BLP gets a major consideration (discount or free) from many of the vendors and manufacturers because their products will be featured in a book? As a custom home builder, I know this happens all the time ;-)
    No matter, her homes are stunning and I can't wait to see the new book.

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  7. I received both these books this week. BLP's are always a fantasy -- like ROYALTY -- in the style I call "Tex-cess." Westbrook is more my style -- fun and doable, which is exactly why she is so popular. I think both have a lot of inspiration to offer, although most of us cannot live like BLP. I lived in Dallas for eight years, and I did know people who lived this way -- OTP. It was unreal then, and unreal now. But like Hollywood and the movies -- one must suspend disbelief! Just enjoy the ride.

    Scribbler

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  8. You are so funny! I bet you are no good at poker. :-)

    That closet might be the most amazing thing I've ever seen, and obviously the kitchen is what fantasy's fantasies are made of. Good earth.

    In the photo of the breakfast room, the top of the draperies have a foot of what looks like smocking almost. What is that treatment called?

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  9. La Cornue, absolutely no question, La Cornue.

    That closet is to die for. What a great space to try on clothes and chat as girls often do.

    Beautiful.

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  10. Joni, I loved this post...always looking for great books to add to my collection. You have long posts that I just hang onto every word, it is so enjoyable!

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  11. Joni, thank you for sharing these books with us. Enjoyed this sampling very much. I want those chairs in the kitchen at Round Top. They are wonderful.

    And in the second book, Jackson is about the cutest dog ever! Love his sweater and his bed. I want those striped tablecloths on the round tables in their first home, and I love the chair cushions with the French menu items around the pool area. Some friends of ours used to have a pool very similar to that one in their former home. I always loved it.

    As to the light paneling versus the dark, it's hard to say. I guess it depends on how much light the house receives, but some dark paneling is so gorgeous it would be criminal to paint it. Other paneling begs for paint. A friend of mine has dark maghagony paneling in her house built in the 1920's, and it is very fine. I love it and can't imagine it painted. I guess it just depends. A neighbor of ours in Florida has a house with chestnut paneling taken from a home in England... small squares, and it is wonderful, too. Another friend has ceilings that were painted by a man from Savannah (I think) who is very famous, and I adore it. I think that ceiling might be cypress, but I think it's that grey color you love and a lot of it is painted in muted colors. Maybe I can get a picture some time.

    XO,

    Sheila

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  12. what's your take on it Joni ... what is TRUE French design ...
    I get so confused ...it is so diversified!

    all of these are SO lovely!

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  13. Joni, I have all of Carolyn's books with the exception of the newest one. I have to say that Betty Lou's kitchen, guest bath and the granddaughter's rooms are gorgeous. Some of the other rooms are pretty but a little over the top for me!
    Hugs, Sherry

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  14. Thanks for sharing!

    That first house....with the la cornue range...has an IKEA sink and faucet. Wild. Love it wild.

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  15. I can't wait to add these two design books to my ever growing collection...they look fabulous!! Texas certainly has great designers -

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  16. I always go see Carolyn, while I'm at Roundtop and have bought linens from her as well. She was doing a book signing this time, and I bought several for Christmas gifts. I have all of Betty Lou's books as well and have gone back to them time and time again over the years for inspiration. I'm not really liking this one so much. Not sure I will buy it. It's a little too stuffy and decorator. How disappointing.

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  17. The post is gorgeous. The house is so over the top Texas, but at least the furniture is recycled to the new digs! Closet, kitchen and dining rooms are to die for. My grandkids hardly go home from my more modest house. They'd never leave that one.

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  18. I am rarely rendered speechless, but today I must concede that this is one of those post where words fail me. One question, however, how do the french eat lettuce and how did Ms. Phillips become the arbiter of that skill?

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  19. Wish I had one of those books this very moment as I crawl into bed. Don't you love to flip through beautiful design books in your PJ's and cozy bed? I do!

    I've flipped through my BLP books hundreds of times...each time looking at different details. Her style is much more formal and ornate than mine, but I always find inspiration in her books. The fun part is making it your own!

    Thanks for the scoop on these two books! Can't wait to snuggle up with them!

    Happy weekend!
    Linsey

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  20. Extravagant but many elements I appreciate, especially the doggie bed. I'm sure the books, just like your blog, are a great joy to peruse. Another wonderful post!

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  21. While I love Betty Lou's home it is rather over the top for my taste but I would kill for her closet! The first is more my style, easy and laid back without being fussy. Both of these homes were fun to see and I'm actually going to order both books. Thank you for sharing!

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  22. Yeehaw Texas! I can't wait to devour these tomes. These are stunning images, all.
    Happy Sunday, Alcira

    thenerochronicles.blogspot.com

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  23. Thank you for sharing these 2 books Joni! They seem to be gorgeous!
    xx
    Greet

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  24. Betty Lou's home is to-o-o-o much of everything. It loses one's interest because each room is filled to the brim & too "perfect". I found myself scrolling quickly through the pictures of her home, whereas I carefully studied Lauren's home. Lauren's house is beautiful & truly a "home" to live in.

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  25. beautiful homes... i prefer lauren's style..and the "old" house to the "new"....

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  26. Joni, I love, love, love it when you give us your book picks! Thank you....can't wait to order both. Both look yummy!!! :)

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  27. Wow; over the top. I feel like a voyeuse, looking into these homes. So much to love, esp the La Cornue range. Can't wait to see what she says about table manners; have you ever tried eating a small whole roast pigeon with knife & fork, no fingers? Hmmm.

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  28. Thank you so much for sharing these books! What a treat to see this beautiful post. You always give such wonderful information!!!! XO, Pinky

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  29. Joni, your posts are like a sinful dessert, sans calories! :-) Carolyn's chair slipcovers in the first photo, with the little pleated ruffle trim, have got to be my favorite slipcovers ever. I didn't even like slipcovers until I started reading your blog, by the way. And I've been a fan of Betty Lou Phillips for awhile, but hadn't realized she was a Texan francophile! It's so interesting to see how her style has evolved over time, from one home to another. Her closet is to die for -- do you know if the built in clothes storage was done by Habersham? It reminds me of a closet display they had at High Point Market when I was in their showroom in the Spring. I also love the sheer Roman shades with bead trim in the breakfast room of her new home, and the beautiful handpainted beds from Patina. *SIGH* -- Back to work!

    PS: Thanks for visiting & commenting on my blog!

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  30. The beauty of today's post is balm to my weary body. Thank you again for your lovely blog.

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  31. Carolyn Westbrook will be at The Urban Market Houston Antique Show, as usual, with her beautiful linens and will be selling her book there as well.
    November 6th and 7th.
    www.TheUrbanMarketHouston.com

    thanks
    Jackie

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  32. Just received BLP new book. Always wait anxiously for her next one to come out. Never disappointed, all lovely, but prefer first books. Also waiting for Chris Madden's new book "The Soul of a House." Love her books. Received Amazon gift certificate for birthday now I know what I'm doing with it and that's buy Carolyn Westbrook's book. Thank you for the preview - look's beautiful and will be anxiously awaiting that one. Thanks for all the great info.

    Janice
    Pemaquid

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  33. I never tire of seeing Lauren's slip-covered rooms - I think they are perfection.

    I was expecting to love BLP's home but I have to confess that I didn't like it at all and felt it to be very oppressive and a little fake and dated looking. It was sort of 1980's style over-done French, even though I'm sure it cost a fortune. I liked her laundry.

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  34. jlonit, I have to disagree. While perhaps BLP's home is more opulent than you would prefer, every detail is absolutely classical and therefore timeless. This is why she is able to transport so much furniture and decor from her earlier home. Timeless design never ages, but the Belgian look so popular at the moment will fade as new fads take its place. Instead of looking at the Belgian look, study classical French, Italian and English design and you will see that not much has changed over the years except fabrics.

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  35. Look to be fabulous books Joni, a treasure trove of wonderful French Inspired interior design!

    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  36. The new home is so "over the top". Having lived in Texas can understand "over the top". Keep giving these delicious peaks, love your post. xx peggybraswelldesign.com

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  37. Wow, I cannot even imagine living in a home like BLP's....but what a guilty treat to see how the other 1/10th of 1% lives! I did find one idea to copy though...I'm headed to Target or Homegoods to buy some baskets to keep my linens in for each guest room (now that I'm empty nest there are three of them!). Great storage idea, as I'm always sorting through the sheets and towels in my linen closet to try to find the right ones that belong in each room. I have another of her books and do find them very inspirational, but I think Carol Westbrook's style is more my league. By the way, thank you so much for your top ten design element series. I am going to be redoing our home in the next year or so (once the last child is off payroll!)and your posts hit on all cylinders. Thank you for all the work you put into each and every post. I was debating about whether to use seagrass or sisal when we redecorate, and your post on that topic did a brilliant job of explaining the merits of each. I now have the confidence to forge ahead with seagrass (my first choice), but now I can back it up with your experience and logic as to why it is such a beautiful, yet practical choice. Many thanks!

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  38. Love these books - you are so good at keeping up with them!!

    On another note, here is my reply to your comment on Hill Country House - don't give up on Round Top!!

    Cote de Texas said...

    i didn't go to round top, but i heard it was empty - that no one was there. i hope it doesnt' get a rep for that. it was like that last oct - so quiet. i heard this was the worst its ever been - no one came!
    October 3, 2010 12:10 PM
    Hill Country House Girl said...

    Oh Joni.....
    not true!! I do not think it was as crowded as in the spring, but there were lots of people there and tons of good antique dealers! I was thrilled to be asked to write a little article for "The Howdy" (the guide for the show) for the Marburger show. The weather was wonderful - well, a little hot in the afternoon - but overall I had a ball!

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  39. I am not living right at all. I should have my bed sheets pressed! :) Both books have been added to my must read list. Thank you.

    I hope you'll stop by and enter my Fab Fall FRENCH giveaway.

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  40. Hi Joni!
    To answer your question Golden Pond is under contract.....Evidently the buyers liked almost everything inside the house too! Thanks for the mention and acknowedging my pictures I HAD NO IDEA MY PICTURES I TOOK WERE GOING TO BE IN THIS BOOK.!xo Maryanne

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  41. Как говорилось на Seexi.net У меня в последнее время ноющие боли в области больших половых губ и таза,так же отдают в ноги,в ногах каждый день ноющая боль,у меня генитальный герпес,остальные все анализы отрицательные,думала,может из-за него,но в последствии рецедива,по истечению недели боли не прекращаются ноющие,у меня такого никогда не было,хотя ген герпес уже года 4,так же боли при нажатии на косточки около половых губ,которые ведут к тазу.По УЗИ также все в норме,может чего-то не допосмотрели...

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  42. I like BLP's a lot. The kitchen has been added to my files, it is truly my dream kitchen! I definitely prefer Le Cornue! IMHO I think Agas are quite ugly.

    Thanks for another great post!

    -David-

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  43. I usually love to get BLP's books but will pass on the latest one too over the top especially considering most boomers are downsizing not building mammoth mc-mansions. I was kind of hoping there would be a small couples jewel box home in her design future.

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  44. I would like to exchange links with your site cotedetexas.blogspot.com
    Is this possible?

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  45. So much to look at! Thanks! Greetings from Germany

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  46. now I'm still living in my parents' house, but someday I want to make a new home and live with my wife. I really love it when I found this blog, because I dream of having a nice house interior design. this blog makes me inspired.
    Thank you very much

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  47. Sorry you missed Round Top. Tongue in Cheek blogger Corey Amaro was visiting Marburger all week.
    And she brought French Husband !!

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  48. I grew up across the street from the Phillips in the late 80's and early 90's when they were still living in Colorado. I remember my mother saying that Betty Lou was a designer and that it was funny she only had boys because her tastes were so feminine and refined. Happy to see she has her daughters in-law and granddaughters to share with. 20 years later I had no idea she that she was such a big deal! Their home was beautiful on the inside but not nearly as fancy as this. After they moved the next owners removed many of the details because their taste skewed much more modern. Thanks for the incredible post Joni- can't wait to show my mom and to try and find pictures of this other Colorado "getaway" home that you speak of.

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