Wow. Who would not want to come home to all this design! The updated stairs and entry sconce are bold choices - that reflect the stylish occupants. The golden floor is complemented with the geometric carpet on the stairs.
This stunning modern fireplace is truly a focal point. Clad in Porcelanosa geometric tile, the custom walnut millwork and concrete hearth add rich depth to the space. The angles in the ceiling and tile are also subtly repeated in the ottoman vinyl by Kravet. And who doesn't love a purple sofa?
The perfect living room to gather for cocktails by the fire, the big game, or simply to enjoy the natural setting of this beautiful home.
It's all in the details! Geometry in the lamp (Arteriors) and on the ottoman (Kravet fabric on Vanguard Ottoman) echo the architecture of the home. The silk (Lee Jofa) and faux-fur pillows are sophisticated yet cozy. And again, who doesn't love a purple sofa (by Vanguard)?! The curvy side table is Thomasville.
The true volume of this space is understood when you see how it expands into itself, the singular color enhancing the various edges and forms without jarring the eye (as with most color changes from walls to ceilings). The relatively neutral pallet is enlivened with purple sofas and colorful original art.
The transformation of this once dark, overwrought kitchen is stunning. The overly-adorned cherry cabinets are now clean and fresh with shaker doors and simple crown, all in a crisp linen white. This kitchen gets lots of use, and is now the creative space the home chef always wanted.
Painting the entire space in one singular, light color (Benjamin Moore OC-28 Collingwood) softens and highlights the geometry in the architecture. This inspired many elements of the design - including the Sunbrella fabric (practical!) on the Dinec dining chairs.
Who wouldn't want to have every morning latte in this cozy, luxe sunroom? The hues of lavender, purple and magenta soften the bold architecture. The popcorn ceiling was paneled, while custom roman shades (Old World Weavers) help frame the stunning sylvan view. A bit of the feminine and some bling complete the show-stopping yet accessible space.
The perfect place for contemplative writing, morning coffee or a crisp glass of chardonnay. Table by West Elm with a custom chair from The Charles Stewart Company.
Reflect on this: the gorgeous wallpaper is by one of our favorites, Phillip Jeffries. This Shoreline Grass is a fab texture for dimensioned, sophisticated walls. This colorway (Wisteria) was perfect for our pallet.
We added new life to a vintage teak desk & walnut buffet (now with some white paint) for this playful home office. The MCM lamps were a find by the client, while the custom walnut shelves were built on-site by the contractors. Wall color is Benjamin Moore HC-143 Wythe Blue; wallpaper by Matthew Williamson for Osborne & Little (SIRIUS).
There is definitely nothing boring about this playful, modernist office that expertly reflects the soul of the client. The Akari Light Sculpture is by Isamu Noguchi - an iconic statement for this midcentury modern space.
To refresh this tired bath, the vanity was given a new white quartz top with a sexy faucet and playful, artistic tile backsplash (Walker Zanger). New hardware on the vanity, and new Bauhaus sconces by Sonneman make the space feel new and fresh.
This unapologetically sexy powder room is drenched in a rich plumb color (Farrow & Ball 222 Brinjal). It compliments the jazzy Andy Warhol print for Chanel, and the three dimensional Atlas Concorde tile accent wall. The clean look is completed with brushed gold fixtures and minimal elegance.
Farrow & Ball's 222 Brinjal adds drama to the tray ceiling in this cozy master bedroom. The subtle blush on the walls softens this sanctuary for the busy, globe trotting clients.
A custom walnut bench with a bold cushion welcomes the world-traveled couple in the mud room. A fresh coat of green paint and new doors and hardware enliven the existing cabinetry.
The fun tile in the laundry room reminds us of bubbles - perfect for the tasks at hand in this sunny, updated space. Though short on square footage, the glass hardware (Emtek) and color pallet bring the space to life with interesting detail.