Monday, February 28, 2011

Pop Quiz 12


We may have picked up a few new readers, so I'll go over the rules quickly.  This is a Pop Quiz.


Pop quizzes show past rooms of a currently popular designer (You can see past pop quizzes here.)  I've shown the layout in its entirety so as not to edit out any telltale elements.


The first reader to guess the correct designer wins.  Nothing.  Wins nothing, but can walk around all day feeling quite superior to, well, probably to someone.


I'll be back with the answer and a few examples of current work tomorrow.


Begin.

21 comments:

Town and Country Mom said...

Diamond-Baratta? I could really enjoy feeling superior to someone for a few minutes.

pve design said...

Shall we call you "Rumplestillskin?"
pve

Paper Heart Girl said...

I love the interiors, but I couldn't possibly guess! Sorry to let you down Mrs Blandings!xxxxx

Mrs. Blandings said...

T and C - nope - but you can feel superior for trying.

pve - as long as you call me.

PHG - didn't let me down a bit. This is a toughy, though there are some clues.

Kerry said...

Mario Buatta??? Might be a dumb guess but its the only one I've got.

Anonymous said...

Nicky Haslem???

VoiceTalk said...

Alex Vervoordt, that is, it the lamp shades are a clue. He was one of the first to start using them, no?

Anonymous said...

Jacques Grange?

Anonymous said...

Michael Smith?

Sean said...

Axel Vervoordt I think>

faithpsillas said...

Could it be Albert Hadley?

Michele from Boston said...

I'm going to take a wild stab and say Axel Vervoordt. What's sad is I know I have the tear sheet of the last room in my files!

Jessica said...

I say this is the work of the late Mark Hampton.

Jean B said...

I would love to live in any of these rooms. I will guess Bunny Williams as to me her look is classic and comfortable as these rooms.

Anonymous said...

John Saladino

-Mis Browne

mary said...

It looks very European to me; the book on the coffee table is in Dutch or German; the art reminds me of Axel V. But the style and amount of objects are not the Axel V. of today. I'm going to go with Axel Vervoordt because I don't know of any other designer that combines asian, flemish art with great antiques and upholstered pieces. Besides, that black and white floor is definitely a flemish detail.
Have a super evening.
Mary
(Wish I were the first)

Flo said...

Bunny Williams while under the PH spell? [too many casually-tossed throws and draped tables]

rubyhanoi said...

Axel 100%

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Penelope Bianchi said...

I have to go with Miles Redd..........

Penelope Bianchi said...

I have another thought.........Nicky Haslam? Really really good.....whoever it is!

LOVE.