Wednesday, 31 August 2011

victoria hagan's design


For some time now I've been wanting to write a post about interior designer Victoria Hagan, but now that I'm doing so I feel that I don't really need to write anything; I think the images speak for themselves. The ones I've chosen are from all three sections of her portfolio, city (above), waterside (below) and country (the last three), just to give you a glimpse into her work, which I find sophisticated and elegant. The images don't necessarily reflect my own style, I simply like it when I see a beautiful design and I want to acknowledge such work. Whether it's my style or not is irrelevant. But I will tell you this: that grey sofa in the first photo is so welcome into my home!

For those interested in interior design I've added a book on Hagan's work to my Amazon picks: Interior Portraits written by Marianne Hagan. Tomorrow I'm posting photographs from her own weekend home in the Hamptons. It has a lot of white and it's homey and beautiful so stay tuned and enjoy your day!

photo credit: Victoria Hagan

16 comments:

  1. Beautiful pics, the windows and shutters in the last pic are gorgeous!

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  2. I know what you mean. totally not my style, but beautiful nevertheless!!!

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  3. I'm with you too...it's not the style I would choose if I could remodel my house but it's beautiful and elegant !! But the blue striped carpet it's definitely my kind of thing.

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  4. The grey sofa would be welcome into my home too. I also love the great use of natural light. xo

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  5. STOP, this looks toooo good! All is going straight into my inspiration files. So good to be moving soon;) Can't wait to see more tomorrow.

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  6. You had me at the blue sofa with gorgeous striped rug - so lovely! I'm intrigued to see inside her Hampton's home now! xx

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  7. This is my idea of luxury living: space and comfort. These are 100% my taste.

    In my apartment, everything is white as it opens the rooms up, works with the natural light and is so fresh. I'm trying to add accent colours now: the blue is inspiring.

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  8. Hi darling! How was your day? Good I hope. Any progress on the bag? I was thinking the other day, perhaps, it's worth looking at more classic colours instead of green, so it would give you more options, so cost per wear will eventually be minimal. :)
    Love those rooms so so so so much!!! Especially the first photo. It really is what I call "dream home".

    xxx

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  9. Very classic and pretty :)
    How cool is that HUGE blue and white carpet?
    *swoon*

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  10. there is a symmetry i like a lot in her designs, and natural light is great!

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  11. I LOVE dark wood floors...especially when contrasted with white walls. Also, that last photo is perfection. You'd think with all those chairs it would look cluttered, but it somehow all fits together perfectly.

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  12. She's so talented. I love that bedroom! Hope your week is going well! xo

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  13. it's so lovely! i am drooling over that room with all the chairs. i feel like painters should be in it working or a dinner party happening with a piano band playing and trays of dirty martinis!

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  14. oh my I want that charcoal grey couch in the first pic, swoonnnnn

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  15. The last picture has a Axel Vervoordt vibe going on, love it.

    http://jamesalexanderinteriors.blogspot.com/

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