Earlier this year I wrote a blog post about interior designer Dan Carithers (see here) and his beautiful 1937 cottage that he and his wife decorated. I just recently saw an article in House Beautiful magazine about him being recently diagnosed with Alzheimer's. How unfortunate! But his protege Judy Bentley helped design a dream space for him.
Designer Judy Bentley chose a quiet off-white paint color for the living room walls, Benjamin Moore's Winds Breath, so that the blue and cream fabrics could play lead roles.
An antique sideboard from Yale R. Burge Antiques holds more creamware pieces.
Antique creamware, a signature of designer Dan Carither's, is the focal point in his Atlanta living room.
Carithers and Bentley on the terrace.
If you would like to read the original article see here.
(photos House Beautiful)