Chic Composition: Betsy Brown Interiors

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Lately, I have been very mindful of beautifully curated interiors– those whose composition blends form and function to look a step above rooms that are decorated in a more traditional sense. The furniture is arranged in a slightly unexpected way, there is a blend of antique and modern, masculine and feminine, polished and organic, neutrals and color– creating the tension that is necessary for creating a truly special space.

Interior designer, Betsy Brown of Mountain Brook, Alabama excels at curating beautiful spaces. All of the elements are there and each room is composed in such a striking, memorable way. On her website, Betsy describes her design sensibility in a way that captures the essence of a beautifully curated interior: “Modernist sensibilities form the foundation while antiquities inform and balance, providing a delicate tension and subtle energy. The result is a home that genuinely reflects one true nature.” By the way, there is so much incredible design talent in Alabama. I think I need to plan a trip there soon!

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{Images via Betsy Brown Interiors}

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  1. Betsy is insanely talented and such a nice, down to earth person. Love her work.

    You should definitely plan a visit to Birmingham. There are so many great houses there.

    A few years ago I went to a house tour in Birmingham that featured Betsy’s own house that you have pictured above. It was even better in person. On that trip Jeremy Corkern from Bates Corkern Studio gave me a driving tour through some of the best neighborhoods. He’s not only a talented architect, but a true aficionado of great architecture. I’d reach out to his firm ahead of a visit and see if you can schedule some time with them.