Thursday, July 10, 2008


Garden Conservatory
Most of us are familiar Perrier as the delightfully effervescent beverage, but now there's more to Source Perrier than just mineral water. There is a line of distinctive home furnishings which includes, art, mirrors, rugs, window panels, furniture and accessories created by designer Anita Tiburzi. I first spotted Source Perrier several years ago at a Pierre Deux shop, but now there's a website where you can peruse their expansive collection in gorgeous room settings at your leisure (above and below) and order online.

Allegra Drawing Room

Mayfair Drawing Room

Swedish Dining

Palm Court Bedchamber

Perrier Carriers - what a great accessory for entertaining!

Napoleon Celadon Chair - an unusual and beautiful shade for the classic Chiavari chair.

Dashwood Bullseye Mirror - a classic accent that would look perfect hanging above the piece below.......

Bergman Bureau - a very nice version of a classic Gustavian bureau. I think it could pass for a real antique!

Foxglove Lamp - to me, this accent lamp has a touch of granny-chic that could be the perfect touch of "character" for your room.

Ribbon Candy Carpet - I think this cheery rug would be ideal in a beach cottage or sunny little bungalow.

The Captiva Tonna Ceresvina Chairs - With beautiful handstitched needlepoint shells on the back and gorgeous blue leather for a practical seat covering, these Louis XVI style chairs are a very stylish seating option.

Regency Bamboo Canterbury - With her love of all things Chinoiserie, I could imagine these appealing to Jennifer Dwyer of Peak of Chic!
(all the above tremendously appealing photos are courtesy of the Source Perrier website)


Tara said...

What great things here, love the Swedish dining!

cotedetexas said...

I love this catalogue - prettier than even Wisteria!!!

Oliveaux said...

I LOVE the Napoleon Celadon Chair, such a great colour too!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for this link to Source Perrier for the home Home. I love it and all the images!

annechovie said...

Thanks so much, Tara, Joni, Karena and Oliveaux! I was glad to be able to share some of their photos.

pve design said...

Bonjour Anne,
Just had a "Perrier" today - en route back to Paris from Alsace. I have a little something for you from my trip. We leave friday morning and as much as we have relished every second, I will be glad to be back home.
Love your post today!

annechovie said...

I can only imagine all the treats you've sampled while on your trip! You are so sweet and thoughtful - I am looking forward to reading your posts after you return. Safe travels!

pve design said...

I am dreading stepping on the scale - after delighting in all those incredible treats...well, what is a vacation for but to relax & indulge!
Home sweet Home today!

la la Lovely said...

Interesting.....I love those green chairs! :-)

annechovie said...

Patricia~ From what I've seen, you'd have to gorge yourself for more than a couple of weeks to need to worry about YOUR weight! Miss Trim!

Hi Trina! Yeah, I thought the green was fun, instead of the usual white, natural or metallic. Hope you have a great weekend!

Anonymous said...

Wow. I am so impressed with your blog. I love it!

Fifi Flowers said...

Lovely post... such pretty rooms... and nice decor!

annechovie said...

That's so nice, Christy! Thank you for stopping by and please come back often!

annechovie said...

Laura~ Thank you for stopping by - yes, aren't the rooms gorgeous?

Melissa @ The Inspired Room said...

Ooo, these are GORGEOUS! Now you got me thirsty too... :-)

Thank you SO much for your kind words of encouragement on my first blog birthday. It means a lot. So glad to know you and count you among my blogging friends!


annechovie said...

Hi Melissa~
My pleasure! I feel blessed to know you a little and thanks for stopping by!!

Alkemie said...

wow! Who would have imagined that of all companies, that Perrier would go into interiors and furnishings. The images above are simply gorgeous Anne! Thanks for sharing!

annechovie said...

You are very welcome, Karen. Thanks for stopping by!