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Eight Years of Textiles, History, Art, Gardens, and a Little Mental Traveling with Courtney Barnes

12.14.2006

January House and Garden





Have you seen the incredibly lovely cover of January's House & Garden? Both the cover and a feature story focus on actress Chloe Sevigny and her East Village home. I adore the wallpaper in the entry shown above: Imperial Trellis from KWID. Also shown above in the garden are Sevigny and her decorator David Cafiero, who owns Cafiero Select. It's a beautiful spread.

Photography above by Francois Halard.

16 comments:

Anna said...

Oh My God!!! How beautiful is that!!! I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE the Kelly Imperial Trellis wallpaper. I have cushions in my shop in that design!! WOW. Can't wait to get my hands on a copy of your American January House & Garden!
Anna

style court said...

Anna, you should post on your blog pictures of those cushions and this image of the entry wallpaper. I'm sure everyone would love to see them :)
Courtney

Anna said...

Great Idea. I might just do that!!! Don't you just love that picture of the entrance and the gorgeous bike!!! Wow, I can't stop looking at it!!!
Anna

style court said...

Yes I LOVE everything about the picture, including the view down the hall with the mirror at the end.

kate (projectmagenta) said...

another reason I'm so glad I found this blog. I bought this issue of H&G specifically for this enterance picture!

Also, I second it: would love to see the cushions on Anna's blog, too. My sister has great chairs I've been trying for months to convince her to reupohlster (too late for me to check spelling) in kwid's Trellis. Always pleased to see the pattern used somewhere.

style court said...

Oh Kate (proj mag) I hope your sister goes for it! Which color are you and she thinking about?

pinkmohair said...

Yeah, that wallpaper is a great choice, esp with those floorboards.

style court said...

Also, I LOVE the guest bedroom completely wrapped -- walls, bed, door -- in the floral, with the adorable red Chinese writing table against one wall. It's in the magazine but not shown here, obviously :)

Anna said...

You're all so lucky to be able to see the magazine. I'm down here in Aus and won't get a copy for ages. Courtney please post some more pictures!!! I'd love to see them!!!!

Anna

Kate (PM) said...

To answer Courtney's question - in citrine... b/c she loves that color and also wants a lot of pale blue in the room. My sister isn't interested in design and it takes a long time for things to grow on her. *sigh* we'll see. I'm not holding my breath.

style court said...

The citrine is fabulous!

style court said...

Citrine would look so striking with pale blue too.

Anonymous said...

For those seeking more images of the home, there is a photo slideshow available on the HG site: http://www.houseandgarden.com/main/thismonth/
(though I imagine it only serves as a `sneak peak')...Courtney, your site is fabulous - I'm so pleased to have stumbled upon it :)

style court said...

Anon,
Thanks for the kudos!
Cheers,
Courtney

Anonymous said...

Hi Everyone..

I just viewed the
H&G "Slide Show"
preview for Sevigny's shoot and I saw some fantastic looking Nautical China with Anchors which was shown in
Slide #8 - nautical china
, taken in Sevigny's dining room.

I went to the website link where she got this china and apparently it is real WW2 U.S. Navy dinnerware and they have some very unique and apparently authentic nautical dinnerware and furniture as well! I wonder how Sevigny or her decorator Cafiero ever found the store.

It's called "The Pirate's Lair" and the link given on H&G is www.thepirateslair.com .

It's certainly worth a look, I wonder if Sevigny has any of their treasure chests or nautical tables? We have a vacation home at Cape May and the china would be perfect for it!

This is a great Blog!

Rachel

style court said...

Thanks Rachel!
Happy 2007
Courtney