Each week an image or two tend to stop me in my tracks and totally inspire me, re-invigorate me, sort of remind me why I dream about interiors day and night. This was the image for this week - it's an entry foyer enveloped in the Fornasetti nuvolette wallcovering I love so dearly, complemented by stunning curved mahogany doors and nero mosaic tile - it doesn't get much better. This is the work of Brooklyn-based firm Fearins & Welch Interior Design, my Follow Friday pick to share for this week.
There is so much impressive work to be seen in their portfolio:
That stone fireplace!
The large-scale architectural print really captures my eye here:
This butlers pantry covered in grasscloth is so beautiful, like a little jewel box. I adore the color of the cabinets here as well.
I've always loved the romantic appeal of a vestibule - that little pocket of space between the door and the entry way - what a perfect opportunity to do something bold in a small dose and really make a first impression!
This last image is another 'stop me in my tracks moment' for me ... bookshelves behind the tub, too good! The nero tub and herringbone tile are so stately as well.
Be sure to follow Fearins & Welch on instagram, and see more from their stunning portfolio here.
Happy weekend everyone!