|[Click to enlarge. Inspiration board by Samperton for Style Court. Background fabric: Peter Dunham's Kashmir Paisley. At left: Edie Campbell photographed by Jason Bell via Vanity Fair. Trench and bootie via Burberry.]|
Here's a little peek at a post that is in the works. It's been almost 100 years since artists Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant decamped to the English countryside and created their idyllic farmhouse, Charleston. With the house's centenary approaching, Bloomsbury-inspired pieces have been popping up, most notably at Burberry. But before Burberry's fall 2014 collection was seen on the runway, interior designer Schuyler Samperton was channeling the BG painters in her own dining room. Stay tuned for more.
|[Image via Charleston]|
Related past post: Roger Woods and Bloomsbury.