Last, but certainly not least, is the Gabrielle Demilune. This fab piece is named for Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel, Gary’s self professed design goddess and hero. It is in lovely mahogany with a sunburst pattern, ebony inlay, gold leaf accents, and a 2.55 chain inspired stretcher. The picture does not do this piece justice. You must see in this piece person to appreciates its beautiful craftsmanship. It’s the perfectly sized for an foyer, hallway, or used as a pair in a dining room.
This the entire collection. Which piece is your favorite?
Paint Color Surprise
I have a little extra surprise for you too. Do you like the paint colors used in the show room pictures above? So many times I go in showrooms and like the colors. When I ask they often say, the designer chose them and we have no idea what they are. Well, since Gary was the designer, I decided I would ask him if he would share the colors chosen for the walls.
He kindly obliged. Here is his response:
“Thank you, I did choose the colors with Jenni Booth, Moore Councill’s design director.
Jenni is a delight to work with. The emerald green was inspired by the dress from “Atonement” the color is Ben Moore Cat’s Eye 2036-10; the Tiffany inspired color is Refreshing Teal 2039-70 again by Ben Moore, and the lavender color is called Spring Lilac 1388. I was very pleased with the results. As you know if takes good instincts and a great deal of fashion watching to predict the next wave of colors but I felt we were spot on this season.” – Gary Inman
Moore Councill continued…
If you aren’t already familiar with Moore Councill please take a minute and visit their website here
. They have a fabulous line of beautiful furniture. Here are some of my favorite pieces from Moore Councill :