Designed Spaces II
Spa Bedroom Retreat
Soothing Spa Bedroom
Formal Living Room
Formal Living traditional space with seating for 4.
Cream club chairs with black accents
Parisian Apartment Style
This client has a true penchant for whimsy and the unpredictable. It was great fun to work with her and her sister.
The Rondo chair in berry colored velvet and the the brass Jocelyn coffee table match the fun Turkish prayer beads!
We pulled all of these wonderful colors and elements together with the fabric in these cornices.
My clever client and all of her selections let me, once again, choose panels that accentuate her amazing large scale mural!
Everything from the exquisite window treatments to the area rug and the furnishings in between were pulled together for this beautiful room!
Color blocked panels with beautiful tape and grasscloth
Hand tailored details and a glorious subtle area rug
Leather Retreat Sectional by Ethan Allen is complimented by huge by serene statement art, and the wonderful Villa single cabinet in Ink finish.
Windows in Navy Bedroom
Flip side of the room.
Living space in the Great Room
Kitchen and Nook
Awesome colore blocked panels with tape at the seam.
Formal living room done conversation style.
Close up of window treatments
These clients liked traditional with a bit younger spin.
Fun orange leather wingbacks take this room from your grandmother's to your's!
Classic dining room with modern art and bold host and hostess chairs.
Classic Ethan Allen wing backs in glorious orange leather!
I helped this client layer in her rooms that were mostly furnished but needed tweaking.
We added the tables, spool chairs and accents in the built-ins to this space.
We recovered the ottoman, and the Wingbacks plus added custom pillows to the sectional.
Nightstands, lighting, accents and reupholstering the bench at the end of the bed brought this room together beautifully.
This client was very ambitious and fun the direction that she wanted to take her master bedroom. I did the color story, bed, nightstands, wallpaper and rugs, PLUS the map of London!
The client had their dining table, side chairs and buffet, but I put in the window treatment and host and hostess chairs to coordinate with the art.
This client collects art so we launched the whole color story off the picture above the fireplace for this room.
The family room backs to the formal living area in this home, so we coordinated the two rooms to be cohesive and seamless.
Another angle of the family room end of this large living space.
Television viewing end of the family room.