Saturday, November 26, 2011

Designers Who Inspire. #6 Megan Young

Megan Young's interiors can be described as timeless, classic, and elegant.  There is very little that is trendy in her designs.  Her style is traditional with a twist.  The twist being the vibrant and modern colors and patterns that she masterfully mixes in her otherwise traditional rooms.  The pictures below are of her home that was featured in Southern Living Magazine, along with some from her portfolio, which you must check out here.




Interior Decorating Ideas: Spicing Up the Traditional

This room is so fresh and airy.  Orange, light blue and white look so great together.


Interior Decorating Ideas: Showcase Bold Colors


The bamboo chairs look great with the tulip table.  It's good to mix styles to keep your rooms from being boring.


Interior Decorating Ideas: Unexpected Combinations

The dining room looks fresh with the white dining room table and graphic print on the chairs.


linden-dining-room

From her portfolio.


linden-curtain-chair

Beautiful ice blue taffeta curtains puddling on the floor.


linden-chair

Interesting artwork.  Check out estate sales and thrift stores for fun artwork.






Interior Decorating Ideas: Sophisticated Basics

I love the leopard print carpet in the bedroom.  Animal prints are a decorating classic!


linden loveseat

Another shot of her bedroom.  This one is from her portfolio.


Interior Decorating Ideas: Combine Collectables

One of my favorite living rooms ever!





Interior Decorating Ideas: Mix and Match Original Art

Some of Megan's own artwork hanging up.


linden-sun room

Her sunroom from her portfolio.


Did you notice that she uses  all of the top 5 decorating classics?  Antiques? Yes.  Blue and white ginger jars?  Yes.  Leopard Print,  Chinoiserie,  a parson's desk?  Yes, yes, and yes!

To read a great article and see more pictures of Megan's home, go here

1 comment:

  1. What a beautiful world when you live in a beautiful house like this.

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