Fabulous Room Friday 08.03.12

{My Favorite items in this room are the Platner Chair, Gilded Sunburst Mirror, and the fabulous credenza.}

This week’s fabulous room is a glamorous living room designed by Greg Natale, an interior designer based in Sydney, Australia. Greg’s work is bold and modern, with this room serving as a perfect example of his style. He blends modern and traditional silhouettes with glamorous colors and finishes. His work is influenced by Hollywood Regency as he often seems to give a little nod to the movement and also seems to be inspired by the likes of Kelly Wearstler and Jonathan Adler. I love the serene color palette in this room and the fact that it is the backdrop for glamorous gilded and brass finishes along with a slew of vibrant patterns.

{An Ode to Hollywood Glamour: Notice the Waylande Gregory Table Lamp, Brass Ram’s Head Coffee Table, and the Flamestitch upholstery on the chair.}

{An Antique Chair Resides next to a Modern, Glamorous Credenza topped with various Objets.}

What is your favorite element in this space? After a week of working in New York, I am ready to head home this afternoon. Bon weekend!

 

{Images via Greg Natale Interior Design}

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  1. I live in Australia and have been a HUGE fan of Greg’s work for a long time. He would be my absolutely first choice if I was ever able to afford a professional interior designer/decorator. LOVE LOVE LOVE HIM!