Friday, July 9, 2010

Designer Spotlight

Betsy Burnham

It is no mystery to those have read or followed my blog that one of my favorite interior designers is LA based designer Betsy Burnham, seeing that I just featured some of her rooms last week. Today receiving my blog updates it seems that the ever so stylish Kelly from High Street Market worked for Mrs. Burnham before she relocated to the East Coast with her husband. Makes perfect sense, I can see the influence in the items she features in her shop on Etsy. Kelly posted that Decor Demon recently wrote an article along with pictures detailing the new rooms of Burnham's 2 teenage children Carson and Will which are eclectic, fun, creative!
When Betsy Burnham first came on my radar it was the 2005 issue of Instyle Home and her personal residence was featured. I was moving into a new house and desperately searching for a color for our family room. I had been through stacks of magazines with no inspiration in site, when the mailman came and wham, I matched the color below to Benjamin Moore's "pirate's chest". 

Leopard lamp shades, python covered chairs and blue porcelain china

Sherwin William's "Needlepoint Navy" on the walls

The collage of pictures above are of Carson and Will and their digs in 05.

Betsy Burnham named one of House Beautiful's top 20 Designers

"Instant Space" by Betsy Burnham

Burnham's work space in Lonny Magazine, where all the magic happens!

Carson and Will's New Rooms

Carson, all grown up

Print "Chinese Garden" by Hazelton House

Fit for a princess, coverlet... Mexican Otomi, multi-colored.

Love Foo Dogs and Turquoise, For Like Ever!

One of a kind painted Union Jack dresser...

Signed by Amanda Bynes, equals a teenage dream come true.

Carson's awesome powder room with wallpaper by Katie Ridder and window treatment fabric by Albert Hadley. Don't miss the python mirror, perfection. 

Will's sophisticated yet very cool room.

Union Jack accent lamp.

Window treatments in F Schumacher's "Galloway" and wall color by Farrow and Ball "Drab".

West Elm desk and Jonathan Adler lamp

All boy on a fabulous rug from The Rug Company "Ponti Red"

You can't go wrong with a farm sink in a boy's bath!

Betsy Rocks!

Images courtesy of Burnham Design, Decor Demon, InStyle Home

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