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Leslie Sinclair and Segreto Secrets

Sunday, April 15, 2012

I wrote a post last week about a book called Segreto: Secrets to Finishing Beautiful Interiors by Leslie Sinclair... you can click here to read about it.  Since then, I've had more time to dive into Leslie's website, and wanted to show you more of her incredible work.  Her house blows me away.  I thought I worked hard on my house, but she puts me to shame!  I have never seen a house with so much love and attention to detail as her own...take a look at Leslie's own home:


























And here's one of my favorite thing about Leslie - she sells her art, too. And that of other talented artists. I was SO excited to learn this -- look at how amazing she is (and I love that many of the pieces are huge, like five or six feet):







 If you don't know Leslie's blog, you are missing out. Here it is:



And, finally,  her book... It is truly one of the most beautiful books I have ever seen. You can find it at Leslie's website, Amazon, or my sidebar -- I don't care where you get it, but you should consider getting it!

 


Thanks for reading!!

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The enchanted home said...

All so gorgeous! I love her work, her home and their beautiful finishes...how fun is looking through her marvelous book, love referring to it. Have a great Sunday, Stacy.

Jean @ Flower Hill said...

Gorgeous home and artwork!

Wendi @ Classic Chic Home said...

What a gorgeous home! Every detail is perfect. Thanks for sharing, Stacy.
Wendi

Acquired Objects said...

I have the book and it's stunning as well as Leslie's home. Her coffee table is amazing I love how it has extra seating tucked underneath.

Enjoy your Sunday!
XX
Debra~

Cynthia said...

I love every picture they are beautiful Lovely home .

Cynthia

Taylor Greenwalt said...

Stacy, I didn't know she was an artist. Love her work...

Splendid Sass said...

Leslie really does beautiful work, and her personal home is stunning.
Thank you for sharing the art too. I haven't seen any of these pieces.
Happy Sunday.
Teresa
xoxo

PURA VIDA said...

A lot of warmth and light

Splenderosa said...

As they are in Houston I'm familiar with her beautiful work, but I didn't know about her art. And, it's exactly what I like, very evocative pieces.
Happy Sunday, Stacy dear.....

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

Now...am I hallucinating or did I see a gorgeous mudroom...that is the most magnificent mudroom I have ever seen!!!...you are right.....her home is mesmerizing...I can just sit and study those images for hours!...thanks for the tour...

HAMPTON HOSTESS said...

the tablescapes are stunning--soft and elegant, very grown up. Love it all!

Giovanna said...

Wow! Her home is great! The ceiling detail in her living room is amazing!

xx
Giovanna
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Shauna at Classically Chic Design said...

I have her book and absolutely love it. I have it on my desk and enjoy looking through it for inspiration. Have a wonderful weekend.

xo
Shauna

jeremy laurence said...

beautiful home! you have very classy taste and i don't think you need to change anything else.

PURA VIDA said...

Very bachelor vibe

Veronica said...

Beautiful Stacy, I saw some of this on her web pages. Just adore the work and am getting the book.

Hugs

V

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