Look through my boards on Pinterest and you’ll spot several of Betsy Burnham’s work.
Her “unapologetic mix, that layers pattern, texture and periods” has made me a fan for years.
When her latest project was featured in this month’s House Beautiful, I was super excited to be treated with such eye candy.
Heeeere it is.
I’d call this serious curb appeal.
This image was grabbed from her website. Photo styling is a bit different in the magazine.
Lantern was meant to echo the original 1930s banister on staircase.
California cool in a 1930s Beverly Hills Tudor.
Sophisticated without being stuffy.
Um, hellow pink chinoiserie toile sofas, will you be my friend?
She mixed them with a faux-rattlesnake vinyl ottoman and corduroy chairs.
A zen feeling master bath.
My favorite space in the house is this teenager’s bedroom. Yeah, teenager. I mean, ground me all you want if this is what my room as a teenager looks like.
The detailing on the bottom of that nightstand is beautiful.
I love all of this so much.
Great color combining.
I leave you with a quote I cut out from the interview.
Though guilty of a red wall (years ago), I couldn’t agree more with her. And 110% agree about adding a little black.
Betsy Burnham, let’s hang out.