Whispers of Alabaster

Whispers of Alabaster

Shades from pristine white to creamy ecru blend harmoniously to cultivate a sense of romance in these Beaux-Arts-style interiors. Graceful curves and lustrous accents highlight the homeowners’ thoughtfully curated collection of antique furnishings.

Whispers of Alabaster

Honeyed details in the dining room include gold leafing on upholstered chairs, flourishes on the hutch, and the delicate edges of a floral china pattern.

Whispers of Alabaster

Rustic yet refined, a marble-topped tea cart, a black chandelier dripping with crystals, and a pair of lattice-backed counter stools make a charming trio in classic wrought iron. 

Whispers of Alabaster

Caned seating surrounds a table arranged for four with place settings that showcase a mélange of rich textures.

Photography Mac Jamieson 

To learn more about this beautiful interiors, read “Whispers of Alabaster” on page 51 in the January/February 2017 issue.

Victoria January/February 2017 Issue

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