Photo Gallery: Tamara Kaye-Honey’s Interiors
See Tamara Kaye-Honey’s whimsical but sophisticated work.
Checkerboard concrete floors and tall french doors create a stunning backdrop for a 1930’s fainting sofa upholstered in Belgian linen. A lacquered chinoiserie side table and custom wingback chairs contribute to a great reading nook.
Here, Kaye-Honey shows off her unique style, mixing traditional and contemporary aesthetics with flourish. Custom HOH furniture, vintage Karl Springer and of-the-moment art come together harmoniously.
A black rug made from Icelandic sheepskin looks extra soft when it’s laid on a high-gloss hardwood floor.
Music is clearly the inspiration for this Kaye-Honey–designed living room: the wallpaper behind the 19th-century French daybed depicts the historic Venice Opera House, and a bust of Beethoven sits on the 1940s desk.
Kaye-Honey put this room together with a painterly eye. On the left, a fiery Murano chandelier hovers above the Palm Springs modern breakfast table. On the right, the collection of orange coloured Blenko glass creates a whimsical vignette.
Alternating klismos and Louis ghost chairs surround an ethereal table, which looks like it’s barely there thanks to its vintage Lucite base. The 200-piece, pink-and-white vintage Murano glass chandelier shines, as does the custom, silver-leafed damask wallpaper.
Layers of texture and pattern create a sense of warmth in a shared bedroom for two young girls. Matching white twin daybeds offer contrast.
The fireplace silhouette, mirrored side table and vintage pink-and-gold ceramic lamp create a princess-perfect vignette in a bedroom shared by two young sisters.
There’s nothing modest or shy about this girls bedroom: it’s loud, exuberant and incredibly fun. White linen drapes with red banding, a mid-century fun house mirror and a lacquered bamboo-style desk help give the space its unique character.
In a young girl’s bedroom, California designer Tamara Kaye-Honey used a mid-century fun house mirror, poppy red flooring and bamboo-style lacquered furniture for a fanciful effect.
In the principal bedroom, Kaye-Honey judiciously contrasts the intensity of the patterned headboard, wall and drapes with an understated, cream-coloured bedspread.