This dual-working couple is passionate about art, family heirlooms, and self-expression. With several unused and unfinished spaces in their home, along with three young children and a dog, they were ready for an update that would elevate and support daily life. We addressed the flow of the home first, rearranging walls to give purpose to every room. Then, the design…
Each space has a personality of its own, expressed through art, color, pattern, and texture. We designed a cozy banquette to accommodate casual family dinners, with a more formal dining room for events.
In the living room, the mood is bright and sunny, with vibrant art complementing the family’s cherished heirlooms, reupholstered in durable fabrics.
Immersive, moody blue walls, vintage chairs, and an eye-catching chandelier create excitement and intimacy in this special space.
The space speaks to the family’s love of color and texture, but is also suitable for cushion surfing and book reading.
For this home full of creatives we wanted to incorporate thoughtful art, intentional textiles and quiet spaces for recharging.
What may have started as a white box, this space has been transformed as a color rich expression of this family’s collections of travel, shaped to serve those who live there.
This home is a shining example of designing an immersive experience that creates ease, belonging, and family connection.
Located just outside the dining room, a small powder room offers an otherworldly escape with European-inspired wallpaper and a one-of-a-kind stone slab countertop thoughtfully designed by an architect family member.
There is a definitive pull between masculinity and femininity—tension and ease between the two. A plaid sofa with a curved back and delicate fringe. A wet bar made from stained walnut with a soft silk tassel and brass fixtures.