Victoria Hagan’s Interior Portraits came out back in October, but I’ve been so busy these last few months I’m just catching up on my reading now. I’ve been a fan of Hagan’s work for years. Her environments are quiet, yet strong, perfectly balanced and sophisticated. I especially admire her sense of composition. Although I tend toward slightly more lively elements and more color in my own living space, I really appreciate her aesthetic.
I often look to Hagan’s interiors to understand furniture layout, something I’m not very good at. The seating and tables are well-balanced, symmetrical without looking “done.” I love the artwork over the fireplace here.
I love that although this is a purely black and white room, there’s nothing stark, or (gasp) bachelor-ish about it. The lines of the sofas are strong and they look comfortable in that delicious black velvet, and the mix of chair styles lends just the right touch of eclectic.
This room is much more saturated in color than Hagan’s usual spaces. The blue/green walls have an ombré effect. And I adore oversize artwork.
Again, a large format artwork; its blues set off the topaz of the amazing Murano glass chandelier and amber glass candlesticks perfectly.
I love the chandelier in this room; slightly swirly and elegant. The desk looks very cool, with clear acrylic side panels. The modern artwork hanging above is great too.
The symmetry of the sinks frame the statement tub.
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