31 lisa borgnes giramonti Home Design Photos

Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Dining room
Ideabooks1,576
Questions1
Artist Lisa Borgnes-Giramonti also took matters into her own hands. Inspired by a traditional look, she upholstered her door in this rich-looking faux leather and added an ornate push plate and brass nails.
designer, Lisa Borgnes-Giramonti, upholstered doors were common in English country estates, where they would help quiet the noise from adjacent rooms. Her translation here is done in faux leather with an antique push plate.
Artist Lisa Borgnes-Giramonti also took matters into her own hands. Inspired by a traditional look, she upholstered her door in this rich-looking faux leather and added an ornate push plate and brass nails.See the rest of this house
According to Borgnes-Giramonti, upholstered doors were common in English country estates, where they would help muffle the noise coming from the servants' quarters. She replicated the style with green faux leather and brass nails. A vintage-inspired push plate completes the look.
“Upholstered door” — northseeker
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Bedroom
Ideabooks3,896
Questions5
Lisa Borgnes-Giramonti uses burlap as the backdrop onto which she stitches her cheeky "modern truths." (You can read the sampler above, along with others, here.)
When Borgnes-Giramonti isn't writing on her blog or scooping up incomparable furnishings for her home, she is stitching her writing into incomparable furnishings for the home. She emblazons burlap with what she describes as modern truths. "Instead of sentimental couplets about religion and domesticity
“Who is giving "points off"? Points off to you for forcing cliche formulas. Let the designers desig” — sparksjeri
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Home office
Ideabooks5,663
Questions7
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti Black on the Walls Velvety black walls are so gorgeous, but they require good lighting. The art and the rest of the colorful decor keep this room from feeling too close or heavy. Black works so well in a lively, eclectic space like this one.
white, but Borgnes-Giramonti found it bland. "Now I swear it feels like a bigger room," she says. "The dark corners recede into the distance and the white sofa pops out."
s, as Lisa Borgnes Giramonte does in this interior. Fashion label Honor has made it deep and brooding in its fall line, while Kate Spade keeps it fresh and preppy in hers.
“layered Persian on sisal” — Sharon Price
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Dining room
Ideabooks2,060
Questions4
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti divided the walls of this dining room with tongue-and-groove wainscoting on the lower half and a realistic bookshelf wallpaper on the upper half. Coordinating the wainscoting color to the color of the paper's shelves adds to the eye-tricking effect.
d for Borgnes-Giramonti. "All those gray tones in the wallpaper give the room a smoky, louche vibe that makes dinner parties feel very intimate and conspiratorial," she says.
“Books wallpaper” — acgosselin
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Home office
Ideabooks7,701
Questions6
Borgnes-Giramonti refers to this as “The Lisa Borgnes-Giramonti Center for Cognitive Realignment," a much more enticing name for an office. The walls are the deepest blue, a color called Railings from Farrow & Ball. The lamp and desk are both vintage, from a store in Los Angeles called Lawson-Fenning
“office” — Shatona Johnson
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Living room
Ideabooks6,962
Questions10
homeowner Lisa Borgnes-Giramonti is a master of mixing prints; I don't know how she pulled off a Union Jack, zebra, florals and even a bird print all at once, but it just works! P.S. I believe this pillow was designed by Vivienne Westwood.
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
“Chaise lounge separating seating areas but still open” — Sarah Underhill
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Dining room
Ideabooks862
Questions1
chattering," Borgnes-Giramonti says. "When we moved here, I thought, here’s my chance!" Also note successful asymetrical portrait wall.
"In big English country houses, owners would routinely upholster doors leading to staff quarters to muffle the sound of the servants chattering," Borgnes-Giramonti says
chattering," Borgnes-Giramonti says. "When we moved here, I thought, here’s my chance!"
chattering," Borgnes-Giramonti says. "When we moved here, I thought, here’s my chance!"
See more of Lisa Borgnes-Giramonti's home in her Houzz Tour: It's a Bloomsbury Life. Browse more home design photos
“love doors” — Rhona Dineen
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Garden
Ideabooks4,451
Questions4
blue; Borgnes-Giramonti and her husband repainted it white and put up a wall using reclaimed bricks from a factory (not shown here). "For this house, I wanted it to be soulful, unconventional and a repository of all the things I hold dear," Borgnes-Giramonti says. "My blog is called A Bloomsbury Life
blogger Lisa Borgnes-Giramonti has transformed this 1935 Los Feliz, California, home into a soulful creative space that was inspired by cozy English country houses.
“Very pretty” — raewhitten
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™