Aug 11, 2011

by English Muse

I came across these photos by Shella of Frillie Designs the other day.
They’re snapshots of her house in a little coastal village in Essex, England:



Shella’s home will be featured in a new book, called “Homespun Style,” by interior stylist Selina Lake and photographer Debi Treloar. This is going to be an amazing collaboration. Lake co-authored “Romantic Style” and “Bazaar Style” for publisher Ryland Peters & Small. And Treloar photographed “Modern Vintage Style,” “Flea Market Style,” and about ten other books on my coffee table!

In between tidying up for the photo shoots, Shella is getting ready to open a teahouse called The Loft in the seaside village of Tollsbury, England.


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2 Responses to “Homespun Style: Frillie Designs”

  1. wow… what a gorgeous home! love the mix of patterns and textures, makes it so warm and homey. Sometimes not being matchy matchy is just the best :)))

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