Monday, December 28, 2009

Designer's Own Home- Phillip Gorrivan

I love to peek into designers homes and see how they surround themselves on a daily basis. Over Christmas I finally got to catch up on some reading and I was thrilled to see Elle Decor had Phillip Gorrivan, a favorite of mine since his fabric line for Highland Court.The sofa below is out of a fabric I have been dying to use since I first saw it, I love seeing it on a big piece. How cool are the bedroom ceilings?

Speaking of ceilings, this bedroom has a fabulous one, be sure to peek into the magazine. Goose feather pendant from Paris for a child's room? Yes please.
Love Love Love.
My love for heavy textured fabric is no secret, needless to say it was love at first sight when I saw these fabrics. Here are just a few.....







Images Elle Decor and Highland Court

11 comments:

Southern Aspirations said...

Great images! I love the dark lacquered(?) walls especiallty with the ceiling that appears to be gold and its view into the living room. Great ceilings all around but the bedroom is quite cool!

sarah @ realestatestyle said...

I do love those fabrics!

bevysblog said...

Found your blog on A Place to Dwell... and what a fun day to do so! My ex-husband and Phillip Gorrivan (we called him Phil) are old friends, and we exchanged Christmas cards when my ex and I were married. In fact, I keep all photo cards so I have fabulous pictures of his two precious children! He is a really great guy...

Jenny said...

I love this house so much!! I could move right in and not want to move a thing (for at least a week or two!)

xox
jenny

JMW said...

Great bookshelves!

Katie said...

LOVE these!!!

Emily said...

I was also smitten with these pages in Elle! Those bookshelves with the artwork on display are amazing. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas!!

Sweet Nothings said...

ohhhhhhhhhhh i want that couch. immediately.

C @ Project Pretty said...

Definitely fell in love with these when I first saw them too. Gorgeous, so rich.

Cristin said...

I love Gorrivan's work. Lovely post.

xo,
cristin

LindsB said...

those fabrics are out of this world awesome, I would love to use each and every one of them in my house...ahhh one day maybe.