Fabulous Room Friday 10.02.15


Darryl Carter is one of my favorite interior designers. I love the way in which he mixes English and American antiques with fresh upholstery, modern touches, and crisp, neutral palettes. His point of view is so distinctive, yet the homes he designs for his clients must feel so special and personal given the unique finds in each of them. Darryl recently redesigned his Washington, D.C. home which is featured in the Fall 2015 issue of Milieu. Darryl was recently in Houston for a book signing hosted by FOUND and Milieu. I was sad to miss it, but am loving the way the latest iteration of his beautiful home was editorialized. I particularly love the master suite. I find it refreshing and inspiring to see antiques used in an unexpected way in his bathroom.


{The Master Bath features an Antique French Marble Mantle}


{Carrara Marble Tile and Polished Nickel Fixtures from Newport Brass Make for a Crisp, Modern Shower}


{An Antique Swedish Secretary Adds Storage in the Bathroom}


{In the Closet, Darryl used Reclaimed Doors from Washington, D.C.’s Old Executive Office Building}

Paloma Signature

{Photography by Miguel Flores-Vianna for Milieu}

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  1. Paloma, Darryl has a great style aesthetic and I always love his work!!
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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