Prince Charming, Indeed!

I am fortunate to have the most incredibly talented friend.
He paints, styles, designs, concocts, and delights!
His artwork and decorative painting adorn
only the Best homes!

His name is Brian Carter.
And, he recently debuted a new collection for
 Jim Thompson Fabrics
called, aptly,
Studio B.

We shot some of his early press photos at my loft
one very cold day last year.

I especially love this quote...

Article currently in print in The Atlantan magazine.


Lake House Luxe

Always a delight when a styling project gets the cover!
Beautiful lake house by 
interior designer Robert Brown

In print:  Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles May 2015
Photography:  Erica George Dines
Styling:  Me


I know it's still cold and snowing most everywhere,
but Spring is just around the corner!

March 2015

Photography:  Brian Woodcock
Styling:  Me



 I recently styled kitchens for 
Atlanta Home and Lifestyles
annual kitchen design winners.
This one serendipitously
came with a delightful model!

Photographer:  Lauren Rubenstein
Styling: Me


Object Lesson #1

Whenever my mum visited the grocery or pharmacy,
I went along,
Only to head directly to the magazine stand.
I crouched on 
the stacks and perused the tomes
while she did the shopping.
At some point,
I got the Nerve and Had the Cash,
to purchase, for myself, a copy of Architectural Digest magazine,
and I suppose it came out of the blue....
We were at the chemist,
recently partnered and newly known as a Drug Store,
and while neither of us could make heads or tails of that,
I could tell my mother Really didn't quite know what to make of my purchase.
It cost $5.95, which was a lot of money,
 especially then,
 especially for a 10 year old.
I'm still not sure what came over me,
 some sudden breath of independence and statement.
I took it home and savored it.
But, the only thing I remember in Detail about that issue
is this photo of Pauline de Rothschild.
in suede everything,
looking absolutely glorious at the bottom of her fabulous stairs.

I had no clue who she was, really.
Years later, I saw this other photo and lost my heart.

Saw a soul that was me in another body,
one so lucky enough to live a life of dreams,
and Eventually, I realized these two women were the same.
So, Pauline Potter,
 who married to become Pauline de Rothschild is this woman.
Her attention to detail and degree of perfection slayed everyone,
even Cecil Beaton,
aka Rip-Van-With-It,
who saw and done it All.
This recent article in the World of Interiors,
shot by Horst in the 60's,
still looks fresh
and offers alternative views of this small, miraculous, wondrous 4 room apartment in Paris,
her private quarters.


Rooms of Their Own

Just the LOVELIEST.....

A wonderful piece of writing,
by Esteemed Writer/Blogger/Raconteur
concerning a recent project of mine.
My job is EASY
with clients like this!


Lydia and Robert Mondavi, Jr.'s lovely coastal home
in South Carolina

Photography:  Erica George Dines
Styling: Thea Beasley


This month's Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles
She is delightful...
as is Caroline Normack's work in her home.
It's a true collaborative effort,
good friends, great design ideas,
making a super sweet space!

In print.... Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles
September 2014
Styling.... Thea Beasley
Photography.... Mali Azima


April 2014 Cover
Feature Story
Atlanta designer Melanie Turner's Rosemary Beach project
Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles

Styling:  Thea Beasley


July 2014 Cover 
and Feature story
Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles
Photography: Mali Azima
Styling: Thea Beasley