Lauren Czarniecki

Located in Palm Beach Gardens, our client wanted an eclectic mix of furniture in their new home. This space is an office/den that functions as additional sleeping space with the sleeper sofa. Knowing that the majority of the time this would be used as a lounge space, we wanted fun cocktail tables, but something that was easily moved when guests are in town. The Figaro coffee table was the perfect fit to bring that fun, eclectic feel into the space!

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Cheryl Clendenon

After working through all the other rooms of this client’s home over the last 10 years – transforming each space into something fun, funky and exuberant (she loves color!), we were challenged with the last room of the house. A small, informal dining room that was hardly ever used and felt like a true leftover in the home (but with such prominence being right off the main foyer entry.) Besides asking us for more storage and an easy place to sit down and work from home – there really weren’t many real guidelines that initiated the overall design. There were certainly plenty of details that limited it though! With a large bay window and hardly any other existing wall space in the room the placement of furniture was a trick – and knowing that the client already had a wrapping room upstairs and a more casual library off her master suite – this had to offer something wholly different. Pushing her towards a more refined final design than some of the more casual rooms of the home, we wanted to wrap this room in texture, develop an interesting juxtaposition of punchy but rich color, and masterfully offer up a cozy reading nook adjacent to a work area fit for a task-mastering queen. The desk was one of the first selections that needed to be made and finding one at Mr. Brown was such a treat. Anchoring the space with its size, and revving things up with zig-zag nature of the wooden detail on the legs – we loved how this piece played off of the husk wallpaper, popped against the Vintage Wine built in cabinetry that ensconced the room, and felt equally bright and pretty with it’s mate, the embossed velvet “wing-back” style chair. Anything but ordinary – that’s for certain. (Did we mention how much we love that zig zag detail on the leg?) Don’t miss how it plays off the open weave pattern in the sheer panels we convinced the client she needed to layer up and soften that bay window area! All said and done, this space was the perfect end result for the woman who has everything.

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Vikki Leftwich

You cannot host a party in New Orleans without a proper bar and this Mr Brown tall cabinet was the perfect piece to incorporate in this small pied a terre. We installed lights in the interior and the mirrored front reflected the clients love for art! It had that wow factor that we always look for on any project and the utilitarian function could not have been more perfect!

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Kristen Phillips

Describe your inspiration for this project: California sun filled breakfast nook meets Modern Glam! Elements of nature was installed with Zinc’s Moonbeam wall coverings. Subtle soft blue yarns with a metallic bed to provide the juxtapose of nature & glamour. The Radici Naturale Silver & Grey area rug made of wool & hemp lays the foundation for the star of the show….The Parrot Dining Table in Country White Oak with Brass banding. While the Jonathan Adler Vienna Chandelier cascades dramatic lighting, highlighting the soft natural elements of the Parrot Table. All installed surrounding elements leads to the textures & shape of the Parrot Dining Table. The ceiling crown mimics the curve of the base of the Parrot Table & the Caracole I’m Floating acrylic leg chairs provides a clear view of the gorgeous brass banding of this stunning Parrot Table. The Parrot Dining Table became our perfect choice with the natural wood elements of Country White Oak & a touch of glam in it’s subtle curves of brass banding!

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Killy Scheer

Describe your inspiration for this project: The house and property has been in the family for generations and remains a hunting camp located in an historic forest. We executed a sensitive renovation and addition with the goal of respecting the history of the camp in use, materiality, scale and proportion while adding square footage and modernizing the kitchen and other aspects of the buildings. The guest bedroom’s cedar walls are original and we brought in furnishings, lighting and accessories that would create modern comforts while remaining true to the cozy cabin feel. We used the Trieste Bench in this guest retreat to bring in a little understated shimmer to the otherwise muted, natural tones of the room. It’s both decorative and functional, doubling as a perfect place to park luggage, or perch while taking shoes on or off.

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Gina Hicks

Describe your inspiration for this project: This was a project for a showhouse in a historic neighborhood in Greensboro NC. We chose to source as much local to NC as we could. The inspiration came from the bathroom that had beautiful, original lilac plumbing fixtures. We chose the Eliza chair and trimmed them with a lilac welt and the amazing Belmont Bedside (Gina is from Belmont NC!) We would love to submit other photos, but there is only an opportunity for one.

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