Thursday, September 10, 2009

Victoria Hagan Interiors






It was roughly about 6 years ago, that I was looking through Architectural Digest, and came across the talented Interior Designer, Victoria Hagan. I must say, her sense of style and unique flair instantly clicked with me. She seems to practice the perfect balance of using both interesting details and restraint. You can appreciate each piece in the room, without it being too minimalist and cold. I have also noticed that whether she works with a colorful or neutral palette, she thinks in layers. Different heights, textures, and contrasting elements offer greater appreciation and often, usefulness.

Take the first image, for example, the neutral backdrop works as the perfect canvas for the artwork, machinery (vintage lawn mover?) and grass. To me, it's almost humorous! Yet it offers a fresh take on what could have been a very bland space. Even the palette, in image 07, is so perfect. I'm typically not a blue person, but the emotion, serenity, and combination of warm and cool colors, has me wanting that exact palette somewhere. I don't think that I could ever tire of her interiors.

I would love to know your thoughts on her work!

/all images via her site/

7 comments:

  1. I love it! Especially the blue and white rooms at the end.

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  2. Oh I am absolutely in love with that chair! It is gorgeous!
    P.S. Thank you for tagging me in your post! I had a lot of fun coming up with ideas!

    Gintare

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  3. These are gorgeous! I definitely love the room with the fireplace... Her rooms look classic, but original and renewing at the same time!

    Thanks so much for your sweet comments on my blog! <3
    Farfallina

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  4. I love the coolness of white and added warmth of colours and softness of fabrics. Love it how she makes bright colours pop and adore the stripes!

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  5. Did you know she has a line for Target?

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  6. It's beautiful! I love how she brings the outside in with every room

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