Tangerine with the Jeffers Design Group

4.10.2012


About this residence the Jeffers Design Group states " a bold tableau come to life, this residence is a study in vivid color, bespoke and antique pieces with bold and striking silhouettes, and meticulous craftsmanship."  Among these gorgeous, vibrant images you'll see lots of the color that you're seeing everywhere lately.  Tangerine.  What do you think?












Someone please let Jan, of The French Tangerine, know that I have color here today that she won't want to miss!  

The Jeffers Design Group is amazing.  I'll be posting more of their incredible work this week.


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10 comments :

Kim said...

Gorgeous! I can't remember where I have seen the dining room before, but I ripped it out of the magazine! That is a true sign of my love!

Kerry @ Design du Monde said...

I really love it, tangerine is my #2 favorite after pink. I wish I had incorporated more of it into my house.

Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

How can you not love orange? It is such happy color. I am in love with these designs and the abstract painting!! Great use of color.
Happy Tuesday.
Teresa
xoxo

My Crafty Home Life said...

I like tangerine in pillows, art, accents, etc. I don't think I like it as a wall color.

Carla Aston said...

Love all the tangerine. So appropriate for this style of home. Your header is fabulous by the way. My first visit to your blog.

Elizabeth @ The Little Black Door said...

I think I really like it as an accent color.

Lisa - A Room with A View said...

I absolutely love this house and all of the furniture and accessories. The warm color tones are stunning! The pops of fuchsia and aqua work perfectly. Gorgeous setting!

Junell said...

Ooh La La ~ Phenom. I could bath in tangerine in hopes of dreaming about it. The accent colors are smoking!

The Drab Age is over. Color is coming into its own again. Until very recently people were literally scared out of their wits by color. Perhaps this was a hangover from our Puritan ancestors. But whatever the reason, brown, grays and neutrals were the only shades considered 'safe.' Now we know that lovely, clear colors have a vital effect on our mental happiness. Modern doctors and psychiatrists are convinced of this!
Dorothy Draper

pretty pink tulips said...

Looking at all these gorgeous tangerine hues, I'm wondering why I don't have more of it in my own home. I can at least incorporate some pops of this perky color!!!

And, love your blue and white post, too!!
Have a wonderful week!

xo Elizabeth

idlewild said...

May I just say that this house blew my f'ing mind!? Probably in my top 5 favorite interiors ever. Thank you for the beautiful post. DonnaG

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