Saturday, April 6, 2013

The Ageless Interiors of Barbara Westbrook

Barbara Westbrook when asked to describe her style calls it " effortlessly elegant, comfortably tailored, and always classic”. “I always think of our work as being modern with a dash of the old”.


Love the unisex look of this bathroom....the slate floor....soapstone counters...


Don’t you love these bottomless clear glass bottle lamps on the console?


I love how the art complements the patina of the armoire here

I find this room so fresh and calm.  Wouldn’t you love to plop down on this bed?

Love the mix of the old and new here

This room is pure magic in my mind

This is her lovely office’s conference room….WOW!!

This has long been one of my all time favorite rooms....

If you would like to see more of Barbara’s wonderful work go here

Do you love Barbara’s designs as much as I do? 


  1. Hi Cindy, great post and yes I love he style too.
    Are you staying busy? Whew....I know right!



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  3. Love her style and how she adds just a bit of patina...

  4. Yes, I love her style. I have several of her rooms "pinned" on my interiors board. They are among those images that I fall in love with all over again every time I look at them.

    I too love the conference room with the huge lantern.

    One of my very favorite images is the entry way with the dark door, stairway with the fishing baskety thingy, white walls, greenery on the dresser, warm wood floors...*sigh*

    There is also an image with a round table and chair against a deep deep wall with an arched opening in it that makes me swoon.

  5. I agree Judy! That dark door & fishing that one too!

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  7. YES! Love that style! Especially as I found nearly in every image some "familiar" pieces like the Italian storage jars in the kitchen, the trestle table behind the sofa with some oil jars (nearly exactly like our 18th Scandinavian table behind our large sofa), the linen slip covers, Perigordian confit pots, wooden bowls etc....
    And the bottle lamps on the trestle table: Very decorative, original and certainly unique. Just wonder about the wiring/lighting - cannot see any cables....???
    Great interiors, Great post, Cindy, well done!

    Warmest greetings,

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  9. It's wonderful - just love all of the neutral images with the pops of blue...gorgeous!!

  10. ohhhh that bath with the limestone floors and the putty and brown tones.....LOVE!
    thanks cindy for the introduction to this very talented designer

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  12. What lovely work. Her rooms have great style while remaining warm and comforting.

  13. I have admired her work for years - ever since I saw that living room with the stone fireplace. I had not seen the first photo of that bedroom nor the third one with the black and white cushioned chair. Pinning them!


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