Gallery Walls &
A room is not complete until art and photos bring energy and interest to the walls. Gallery walls are also a perfect way to breathe new life into an old space, even if you are using the exact same pieces. Reframing or adding just one or two new items can help to create a whole new, more modern look.
Living Room with a View
A young couple moved into a new apartment with lots of potential! We helped realize their vision by incorporating their own existing pieces and by sourcing a few new stand-outs. The mid-century-inspired buffet anchors the room and creates the perfect focal point for the client's vibrant slipper chairs. The gallery wall above displays favorites both old and new.
Subway Tile Style
This client had to gut the old, outdated bathroom due to a leak. We designed a clean, timeless look for the lucky teenager who uses this three piece bathroom in a cool palette with white subway tile, grey and while marble floor and niche, and high-polish chrome hardware and accessories.
Family Townhouse Construction
We worked with this family and their contractor to select finishes for each surface in this 3,000 square foot townhouse! The clients wanted a warm neutral palette with some subtle color worked in. The floors are stained in a rich brown; the foyer, kitchen, and family room are finished in a variety of warm grays, and the dining room is painted in blue which sets it apart as the more formal space while still meshing seamlessly with the surrounding rooms.
Builder's Grade Upgrade
Our client's new condo guest bath still had the original materials. She wanted a refined, updated look. To tie in with her existing furniture, rugs, art, etc., we selected a rich, warm palette of browns and creams all in natural stone. The oil-rubbed bronze hardware and crystal knobs and chandelier complete this elegant space.