30 October 2010

David Easton and the Center Table

 

 

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This week Linda, Megan and I were thrilled to interview noted architect and interior designer David Easton on The Skirted Roundtable.  Never having heard him speak before, and only having read his interview on the NY Social Diary HERE – we didn’t know quite what to expect.   Our interest was piqued when just before we started, his assistant wondered if we did any editing!  Mr. Easton was a delight and a total surprise.  Expecting someone dour and serious, he was mostly fun and he certainly likes to tease.   Engaging and warm, he turned the tables around by asking us questions about our ourselves.   We talked a lot about science fiction – something he is obsessed with – and what he thinks the future will be like.   He doesn’t see much hope for the cabriole leg, unfortunately.   We did manage to fit in some discussion of interior design and his new book which is a compilation of his most noted and favorite projects.    I recently wrote about one house – his own country estate Balderbrae which was sold a few years ago.   While talking about Balderbrae, the subject of his space planning came up and how he likes to design a large main living space which many times encompasses a dining area.  Easton is enthralled with one room living which includes the office in it.   When designing the interiors for these spaces – he tends to use a center table to divide the seating areas.   

I love a center table, whether in the living room or the foyer.   The center table is wonderful in a cluttered design – piled high with masses of books and accessories.   I have one in my entry hall and its tablescape changes on a whim.   For years a large birdcage stood in the center of it, now an overscaled urn takes its place.    The center table has long been a decorating tool.  Finding images of contemporary interiors with center tables was not as easy as the more traditional designs.   The table can be round or hexagonal, but square is rarely a chosen option.   The table is often bare though skirted is a popular choice.   In our interview, Easton freely admitted that he often chooses to use the center table and is quite fond of it.    Though his rooms are very large, the center table can be used in smaller rooms where an off-center placement may be preferable.  

Below are some examples of how to use this popular decorating element – the center table.   Enjoy!

 

 

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Balderbrae – the one room living and dining space combined with fireplaces on both sides.  Easton uses a skirted table here to divide the room into the seating and eating area.   He usually surrounds the center table with stools and masses of books.

 

 

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This Easton house in Dallas shows a skirted table surrounded by tiger skinned stools.  Again, it is piled high with books.   Also notice the cubbies above the doors are the same as at Balderbrae.

 

 

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Same house, looking the other way – here you can see there is a fireplace at both ends of the room, just like at Balderbrae.

 

 

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This garden room is divided by a skirted table.   Notice the pair of French chairs with a lacquered back – how pretty!

 

 

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In his own NYC apartment, an antique wood table divides the room.  Easton says that one room living is his favorite kind:  he even likes to include the office in the living space.  Here you can see his and his partner’s desk back to back.

 

 

 

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And, looking the other way at this NYC apartment.  Notice the cubby above the door!  What a pretty door to use on the interior, instead of just an exterior.

 

 

 

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Here, Easton uses another antique table to divide the living spaces.  This room is very dressy, not the casually French inspired rooms he does so well a la Balderbrae.

 

 

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In Colorado – a round center table divides living spaces and dining spaces. 

 

 

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The same room – looking at the other side.  Notice there are two fireplaces here also.   And, instead of the cubby above the door, there is a transom.   Easton recognizes that doors look better reaching up to just a foot or two below the ceiling – but in high ceilinged rooms this can be a problem.   He fills in the extra foot or so with either a cubby, a transom, a painting or a collection of plates.   As I tell him in the interview – Easton is a master at furniture placement.  Never is anything out of place, nor “wrong” – no bad fabrics choices or pillows or accessory, everything is always perfect.  

 

 

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At a beach house, this center table is a less dressy choice.  Shells and books share the tabletop.

 

OTHER DESIGNERS:

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Charles Faudree:   Other designers share Easton’s love of the center table.  Charles Faudree from Tulsa has a similar aesthetic to Easton.   Easton’s partner, the artist Jimmy Steinmeyer, also hails from Tulsa and he has illustrated all of Faudree’s books.    Faudree, like Easton, has used the one room living space plan.   Several of his own custom designed houses have employed two fireplaces with a center table dividing the living and dining spaces.   Here, two fireplaces face each other in a very large living/dining room.    A painted square table divides the two areas – one of the few times a square shape is used.   This room is also perfection – Faudree is every bit the master at interior design that Easton is.   The room reminds me of Balderbrae!

 

 

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Faudree:    The center table doesn’t always have to be used in a large room.  In this small study, a center gate leg table is used to divide the room.    I think the table makes the room look so much more cozy and inviting!

 

 

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Alessandra Branca, the Italian interior designer from Chicago, loves to use center tables in her designs.   Here an antique wood table piled high with books divides a living room.

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Branca:  Looking down from a second floor, a round yellow skirted table divides this expansive living room. 

 

 

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Branca:  Too beautiful.  Those stools !!!!  Whoa.   Here a muted fabric covers a skirted table – lit by a large outdoor type of lantern.  Gorgeous hand painted wallpaper wraps the room.   This is like eye candy – your mouth waters just looking at it!!!

 

 

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Branca:   In a large space, a wood table divides it.   Here, Branca used a crystal chandelier over the table.   I love the way she uses trim on her stools – here and above.    She is one of my favorite designers – I love everything she does.

 

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Branca:  Here, Alessandra designed a penthouse suite in a L.A. hotel.   She used a large, painted round table to divide the living space.   Stools surround it.  Book this room for me!  

 

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John Dransfield and Geoffrey Ross use a large, casually skirted table to divide the living room in their country house.   Their style is much more eclectic and less formal than Easton, Faudree and Branca, yet the use of the center table looks perfect.   Notice the gorgeous columns and  molding!

 

 

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Vicente Wolf:   in one of my personal favorites from his portfolio, Wolf uses a gorgeous antique table to divide a large living room.    Here, the table is topped with accessories, not books, and a sturdy, upholstered ottoman grounds the setting. 

 

 

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Timothy Whealon:    Whealon uses an antique table, surrounded by antique stools in a dressy apartment.   A large lantern hangs over the setting.   Placing a light fixture over the center table is a wonderful choice – and should be considered if at all possible.

 

 

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Kathryn Ireland:  In her own California home, a skirted table stands in her living room – acting as a division between the entrance and the room’s interior.   Ireland changes the table’s covers frequently. 

 

 

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John Stefanidis:  Stefanidis used a large octagon shaped skirted table to divide areas in a very dressy family room.   Classic.   I don’t care for the lone lamp on the table – I think something bulkier might have been better.  I know,  I know – who am I to question the fabulous Stefanidis?!!!  What chutzpa!   It’s OK, he knows I love him.   Completely!  In fact, his book – Living By Design - remains one of my favorite all time design books.

OTHER CHOICES:

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Jeffrey Bilhuber:    Some designers prefer to use a back to back sofa to divide a large living space.

 

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J. Randall Powers:   Randy used a back to back sofa in this large family room in Houston (this picture is distorted in the middle!)   The casual striped linen fabric tones down the room, making it less dressy.  What great pillows!  So large!!!   This room is just perfection – I love, love, love it.    The window treatments are wonderful – I love the busts. 

 

 

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Windsor Smith:  Windsor is a designer who often employs the back to back sofa.   She designed several versions of it for her furniture line.  Here in a dreamy living room – the velvet covered sofa takes center stage.   I love the curtains here and the touch of zebra.

 

 

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Windsor Smith:   Windsor does more contemporary designing too – not as often, but she does do it.  Here she changed the lines and details on the sofa to reflect the Hollywood Glam vibe of the room.

 

 

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Windsor Smith:   Her white slipcovered back to back sofa with the “butter pats” hem edge is her most famous.   Here, a beach house is the perfect location for the back to back sofa – which faces a fireplace. 

 

 

 

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Windsor Smith:   In her new home, a back to back sofa in her own Kravet fabric, again has the butter pats hem.   Here, the sofa faces a conversation area on one side and the tv and fireplace on the other.  See below:

 

 

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Windsor Smith:   The other side of the her family room.   Great double zebra rug!

 

 

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Windsor Smith:   In her former living room, the white slipcovered back to back sofa rests along side the fireplace.    The walls are such a great shade of barely there pink.   Notice how she placed the chandelier right above the double sofa.    This house was so beautiful – it makes me sad to see the old pictures of it!

 

Which do you prefer for dividing a large room?   A center table or a back to back sofa????

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Joni Webb:   An earlier version of my center table – with the bird cage.   This looks so much better than it does now!   Oh well.  Things change, not always for the better.

  

 

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For holidays, I use the center table for overflow seating!  Last year I had six at this table.

 

 

 

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The year before I only needed four extra chairs.  Our family is growing!  We’re having a big wedding this March when my nephew Jeffry gets married. 

 

 

 

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To order David Easton’s new book, which I highly recommend if you are a fan, click on the name of the book below:

 

 

 

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And remember to listen to this week’s Skirted Roundtable with Mr. David Easton!  It’s an interesting one!!   HERE.

 

 

 

AND FINALLY, FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION:

 

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A special invitation for Cote de Texas readers:

On November 11, Jill Brown of Brown HERE will be hosting an event and auction at her shop benefiting the Yellowstone Academy.  Yellowstone is a private, not for profit, faith based school started in 2001 for children living in extreme poverty.   Opening their doors with just 64 children, the school now serves 320 students and goes up to the 7th grade.  Their amazing student profile is:

  1. 100% of admissions are from low-income families
  2. 87% of students are living in poverty or extreme poverty
  3. Median family annual income is $8,088
  4. 93% live in single parent households
  5. 95% of  students are African American; 5% are Other.

What an amazing success story!   Instead of talking about it, these people actually have accomplished something wonderful for the community.  

Jill has been a great friend to Cote de Texas – she hosted our largest ever giveaway this year when she donated a lantern from Brown and now  for this benefit, she is setting aside 30 tickets for readers of this blog – at $40/person and $60/couple.   The auction will feature great items from Jill’s store such as high and low chandeliers, lights, furniture and more.   If you would like to attend the event or feel motivated to donate to the school, please click HERE for all the information. 

As always, thank you Jill for all your support.

 

A video starring the students of Yellowstone Academy!

62 comments:

  1. I love, love a center table but haven't the room- when I win the lottery!

    David Easton is a master- always a pleasure to view his timeless designs.

    PS Your table looks great either way!

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  2. What a wonderful post: David Easton and his love for sci-fi, double sofa's!!!, and options for the great round table.

    Bravo to you and Jill Brown for your kindness to the students of The Yellowstone Academy.

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  3. I just love round tables and really like the idea for in our family room. It would also give me extra seating for larger gatherings. Thanks for all the great images! Fiona

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  4. While many designers have decreed that center tables, especially skirted ones, are hopelessly out of style, I am quite fond of them. A center table can anchor a large room and make a small room more useful.

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  5. Thanks, Joni. Looking forward to the David Easton SRT! Eventhough his work is a little bit more traditional than I usually prefer, I confess that a picture of the master bedroom at Baldebrae has been in my favorites file for a long time and remains my favorite master bedroom of all time. I really do not expect that to change. It is the ultimate master bedroom to me.

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  6. Use of center table is beautiful. Attitude of subject in the NY Social Diary, not so attractive. He sounds like a jerk with a mid-life crisis. I was so looking forward to this interview, but after reading the NY Social Diary's interview, I will skip this one. I abhor erudite homo snobs.

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  7. Joni- What a wonderful post. Can't wait to listen to the interview! You mentioned how great it is to install a beautiful light fixture above a center table: Recently, I re-watched an old video interview of Charlotte Moss (that I've saved on my TiVo forever), where she was describing a showhouse project that she did and wanted to include a gorgeous chandelier in the design. She said that she needed something to "ground" the chandelier, so she placed a center table underneath. Kind of a "which came first" scenario. Either way, it's like chocolate and peanut butter--they always work great together. Thanks for providing some great examples!!

    Suzanne

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  8. woah! Quite a comment above....now I must read the NYSD as I loved the interview with David and you women.
    I am designing in my head the 'one room' house as per mentioed in the interview and would have a hard time choosing between the double sofa or the round... I think I want both and will go with Kathryn Ireland's solution! hehehe thanks for the post Joni.

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  9. wonderful post! Bravo to you and Jill Brown. Happy Halloween!

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  10. I loved the SRT interview with David Easton. I was expecting someone a little stuffy but he was anything but! Did you ever think, over years of looking at that beautiful Balderbrae house that the owner/decorater would one day urge you to "go drinking" with him?

    I think the Balderbrae bedroom is my all time favourite.

    Also, I remember your round table in this article from when I first started reading your blog. The blue hydrangeas are what stuck in my mind then and now.

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  11. more great ideas post thanks

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  12. Great post Joni...funny, I had lunch with a friend last weekend who is having trouble figuring out the placement of her sofas in her family room. The fireplace is on one side and they watch TV on the opposite wall. Their sofas are facing each other and she said it is really uncomfortable watching TV. I suggested she put the sofas back to back with a console (possibly) in between for lighting...this way she can read in front of the fireplace comfortably or watch TV on the other side. She thought it would be a great solution and one she had not thought of. I am thrilled to see celebrated designers doing this!! Of course, I know I have seen it before in a design mag...

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  13. David Easton, so classic with his tables -- in or out, in my mind a skirted table adds something to a room that steps it up a bit, adds a bit of elegance, even in a casual room. What would be prettier than gray and ivory linens on the furniture with a beautiful washed linen damask on a skirted table, perhaps with a chandelier, too? Great post, as always. How DO you find the time to write at length??

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  14. Love David Easton (as you can tell from my recent review of his book) - Balderbrae was always one of my favorites! Wish I had room for a center table - it's such a great look as you have so admirably demonstrated!

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  15. David Easton is crazy talented! I love every room he's ever done!

    I still contribute things to the Woodbourne Center, thanks to you! Brava, for highlighting another worthy school!
    xo
    -linda

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  16. The muted gold and aqua used by Charles Faudree is...perfection in my eye. The vessels holding arrangements are just fabulous. What a visual treat this was. franki p.s. I'm all about the round table used in the center..skirted or not!

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  17. Absolutely fabulous post! Never want to delete it. Filled with ideas and beautiful inspiration!
    Thanks.
    CC
    http://currentlychic.com

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  18. Joni so many delicious examples. I love so many of them The 1st Branca is wonderful, Kathryn Ireland's as you say it is perfect for changing out the top cloth with her decor!!

    Xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  19. Love the idea of a center table and wish I could put one in my foyer but unfortunately not big enough to do, I can always dream. The yellowstone school sounds like a wonderful school, everyone deserves a chance in life!

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  20. Your blog, your center table is where it all started. The love of blogging that is. If only my home could support a center table. It's so "me" - books, clutter, layers. Maybe I'll do some rearranging today! Love all of Mr. Easton's and Windsor Smith's rooms!!!!

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  21. Love, love his work. I much prefer a center table to back-to-back sofa. His book is already on my list, but it moved to the must have side of the list.
    Joni,
    Your table is over-the-top gorgeous.
    Happy Halloween.
    Teresa

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  22. I've always been in love with the idea of a circular center table and hope that one day, when we finally get to truly settle into our new home...we will find a spot for one. Thank you for all the wonderful images...inspiration indeed! xo J~

    Looking forward to listening to the interview...I'm so behind on them, I need a day at home where all I do is drink tea, eat crumpets and listen to you all! ♥

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  23. Joni,
    What a wonderful post! I listened to the interview with Mr Easton and he seems a wonderful man with a lot of wisdom! I so loved listening to his words!
    xx
    Greet

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  24. Off Topic apologies, but I wanted the readers here to be aware that Valerie Hart's husband Alberto suffered a heart attack in Canada earlier this week. You can read her post for more details. Valerie would be most appreciative of our support and prayers at this time.

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  25. p.s. Thanks Joni, just ordered his book thru amazon, it'll be my Christmas/Hannukah present to myself....
    Also, love your set up for everyday AND dinner parties( we have the same Minton Hadden Hall china!)

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  26. After seeing this post and the last one of Balderbrae I can't wait to hear the interview! What a genius he is! I LOOOVE a center table but do not have room for one. I will keep hoping for SOMEDAT.... Thank you for the time and effort you put into each and every post. It is inspirational and infoprmative to so many of us! HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!! XO, Pinky

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  27. Joni this is a fabulous post. I will have to go and listen to the round table about center tables. I did a post this last week about center hall tables. A look I love and would love to have the room for. It is a blip in blogsphere compared to this wonderful post but I do show a few different options for a center table used in entries. as always you do an amazing job on your post, thanks Kathysue

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  28. Fantastic examples -- David will be nearby for a book signing on Wed. Not sure I can make it, but this certainly makes me want to go!!
    ~ Elizabeth

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  29. I could eat the Branca pink room like candy! That wallpaper...Whew!
    --Lee Ann

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  30. love the center table--we have one in Southampton and its so much fun to change it up based on the season-have a collection of blue and white vases that I line up and fill with flowers, branches. You have shown us a great collection of styles--great inspiration!

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  31. I bought the David Easton book through your website. I love it. I have the fabric from the den image (the boy in the Scottish kilt) in my living room. It is Brunswig Kandahar. I love it everyday. You can see it on my website store. I've seen it done so many different ways. Your linens on your extra seating table are exquisite. It was yet again, a perfect post.
    Best,
    Liz

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  32. I love the idea of using your center table for overflow holiday seating! I like both back-to-back sofas and center tables, depending on the space.

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  33. I'd love to be able to pull off a center table but my lack of style/merchandising ability has failed me miserably each time I've tried. The proportions always seem wrong: either too fussy or "What the heck is THAT doing on the table?" ridiculous.

    But definitely would prefer a center table to having crick-in-the-neck back-to-back sofas. That just feels a little too hotel-ish for a home to me.

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  34. Joni, thank you for another perfect post. I am solidly in the camp of the center round table; ours is not large but it can hold a basket full of greens and flowers. Givenchy also used a center round table piled with books and surrounded by stools in his chateau Jonchet; it was a simple but very lovely room.

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  35. Joni, as much as I loved David Easton's interview of you three ladies (He He) I looooved this post. Gorgeous (with an accent a la Joni).
    If you have time read my latest post on a luxury real estate magazine and an article I wrote for them on Milan. I am sure you'll enjoy the images of extarordinary houses around the world and maybe my article too. Ciao!

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  36. I am madly in love with David Easton. Just don't tell Mr. Magpie! ;-)

    Joni, what a great post. Thank you for sharing all of this wonderful eye candy with us and for sharing Mr. Easton as well. I have his back and am besotted.

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  37. I have his book, not his back! LOL! See, I just type his name and get all goofy. ;-)

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  38. Hi Joni...What a wonderful post!The David Easton interview was just incredible. He seems like such a fun guy. It goes without saying that he's uber talented. I love his work...and Alessandra Branca is one of my favorites as well.

    I have a round, center table in my living room that I use for extra seating during the holidays. I think my guests prefer it to the dining room! I loved seeing your gorgeous table.

    H.H.

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  39. PLEASE have you seen the latest post by Valerie of Visual Vamp? It is so tragic! I hope that you can lend your support to this very lovely and special woman.

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  40. Joni,
    I love the center or free-standing tables, and even more I adore the double sided sofas! Branca is one of my very fave's.....you and I could have some good chats at her table on those cute benches!
    Best...

    xx

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  41. This post is really helping me figure out which style I like. I really like one giant room for the LR/DR/den/office/kitchen with very tall ceilings. I occasionally read how it's too big, not intimate enough, people get lost, etc. But I really love it. So it's great to hear David Easton articulate how he likes the large rooms and see how he makes them so liveable.

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  42. I like the center table better. Double sofa needs a lot of room, not sure I like the idea either. I would much prefer too sofas instead of a back to back one.

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  43. Joni- I'll vote for the table to divide the space, if the room is large enough to pull it off!

    Thanks for the David Easton interview!
    Loretta

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  44. I am a big fan of the center table! Wish I had space for one in my home. I have a pretty demilune hall table that I love to create vignettes on... N

    The back to back sofa seems to only work in very large spaces.. Windsor Smith does it right in my book! I love her style..!

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  45. Great post, thank you for sharing! I absolutely adore a center table - ever since I saw Nancy Lancaster's famed yellow drawing room and hope one day to have a house big enough!!!!
    I am new to blogworld and just started my blog, http://moderncountrylady.blogspot.com/
    Check it out if you ahve the time!!

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  46. I love the look of a center table--and have used in one of our rooms. The room is a combination sitting/living/dining room--and not all that large.

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  47. these are stunning. I did a center table in my parents home in an awkward space as you come up there stairs. Sometimes its skirted sometimes not. I love all the special items my mother interchanges out.

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  48. Thanks for whetting my appetite for David Easton -- we are thrilled to be hosting him in the spring for our annual Capital Design Days at the Washington Design Center in DC. His new book is getting so much great press, and he'll be signing it at the WDC, in case you are looking for an excuse to come up in mid-April!

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  49. Hi Joni,

    You may have heard by now that our beloved Valorie, aka The Visual Vamp, is in need of assistance. I am in the process of organizing an online auction to begin on Friday, Nov. 5th.
    Please stop by my blog for more details and if you could grab the button to help spread the word.

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  50. #1-The Branca bedroom is one of the most beautiful rooms ever.
    #2-Your posts are always a visual feast.
    #3-The Reader is my choice, should
    I be the lucky one.
    #4-Thanks for introducing this
    wonderful artist to this reader.
    Best wishes,
    BarbaraG

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  51. It is so wonderful that I can learn something new everytime I go onto your blog! Harrison Howard is now my newest interest - if I were to be so lucky as to win any print of his, I would do cartwheels - but as I am to choose one, it would be (after too long of a consideration) THE BUTTERFLY KEEPER. I love the form and the colors!
    Thanks to Mr. Howard and you for this chance!
    Indy F.

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  52. Joni, you've got me looking all over my house for a place to put a round table. Love yours with the bird cage. laurie

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  53. Joni- Just went to the Rooms With A View Gala in Southport. Go here http://colorandlightatelier.blogspot.com/2010/10/tribute-to-albert-hadley-rooms-with.html to read about it.

    I met David Easton who was such a delight!! He has the best sense of humor!! He is so adorable. I was in awe of all his rendering and architectural modeling skills. He is a renaissance man for sure!!! Rendering has become a lost art!

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