Friday, April 21, 2017

Designer Profile | Kristin Paton



Boston-based classically trained designer Kristin Paton has an eye for modern sensibility with a traditional twist. After viewing Kristin's work on the blog My Design Chic and on Paloma of La Dolce Vita's instagram, I fell in love with so many aspects of her work. There are countless favorite moments I find in the rooms she designs, among them are her use of chinoserie wallcoverings, grasscloth wallpaper, antique burled dressers, the Louis dining chair (on my wishlist!), Bullion fringed sofas, diamond sisal rugs, and oh ... even a couple of appearances of my current crush ... the Buillotte lamp!


This powder room below is just too good ... look at that tortoise-shell finish on the rattan vanity!











One moment I'm obsession with her use of all-white paneling and soft blues, the next moment I am crushing on all of the darker jewel tones!


I don't really have to say much here, the rooms speak for themselves. I want to spend time studying each space! Which is your favorite? If you are finding you are crushing on Kristin's work as much as I am, hop to her portfolio and of course her instagram account to see more.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That powder room is over the top gorgeous. How they found the marble counter top and back splash to complement the wall paper is a mystery but they did. I love powder rooms that are statement quality. Why not go all the way? It is a confined space with limited occupancy time. Enjoy it! Great blog. Ann

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