|SMW Design. Marina District, San Francisco |
Okay. I'll admit it here. Only because it's a safe space to do so. "My name is Scot Meacham Wood. And I google my own name." Come on. Admit it. You do it as well.
But, on a particularly quiet night here at the house - I did a google image search. And it was kinda fascinating. There's also a marvelous little tool on 'google image search' in which you can classify and organize pictures by their colour. You can image search using 'brown.' Or 'turquoise.' Or 'orange.' Seriously, if you're home (and kinda bored), it can be hours of entertainment - lol.
So the other night (in the aforementioned state of being home, and kinda bored) - I was checking to see what was out there on ye olde interwebs - I realized how much 'red' I use in many of my projects.
|SMW Design, Atherton California|
A beautiful antique lacquer console in the entryway.
|Holidays here at the house in 2008|
Or a huge arrangement of 8 dozen roses for a party at the house . . .
|SMW Design. Presidio Heights, San Francisco|
A pair of autographed boxing gloves - adding a great personal detail to a living room.
|SMW Design. East Hampton, New York|
Antique Chinese chests flanking the fireplace in a beach house . . .
|SMW Design. Lake Tahoe, California|
Or classic handkerchief-inspired bedding . . .
|Holidays here at the house in 2005|
A little ping of red leather paired with items from my collection of tartanware in my bedroom.
|SMW Design. Marina District, San Francisco|
Or bright red linen dining chairs - lending some vibrancy to a neutral palette . . .
|SMW Deisgn. Nob Hill, San Francisco|
And walls hung with a classic red tartan paper in a gentlemen's library.
Seeing 'red' - but, in a good way,