The owners of this home wanted a 180 degree change from their previous traditional, antique filled Tudor house in Connecticut. With the move to New Jersey the family transitioned to a design that is predominantly driven by "modern" and "modern farmhouse" asthetics with its lighter palette and more textured materials.
The warm and richly colored woodwork served as the design “north star” of this living room. What followed was autumn hues of glorious greens and chocolate browns with leaf motifs in the artwork. The result is a modern, warm and cozy room that is beautiful and welcoming.
This well travelled family is moving their home westward from postings in Europe and now New Jersey. The dramatic, high-ceilinged great room serves as the backdrop to generations of art and furniture. The warm color scheme references the commanding artwork..
This project came with the wall color already established in a grey with blue undertone. The client wanted to modernize the interiors while respecting the amazing early 20th century
architecture of the home.
This sitting room was literally “brought into the light” by installing a new ceiling fixture that transformed it into a more inviting space. The new grey and blue color scheme serves as a beautiful backdrop for this
English family’s wonderful collection of Chinese porcelain and furniture.
Designed for maximum impact and energy, this black, white and green living room design brings together different generations and genres of furniture and objects to make for a room full of interest and treasures.
With it’s Italian Maiolica inspired pottery and Chinese porcelain, this room’s red, white and blue design revolves around the
ceramic collection's plates, bowls and vases.
West Orange, NJ
This family’s love of the shore informed the color palette of their living and dining rooms. Their work and leisure revolves around travel with multiple trips to Italy having engendered their love affair with Murano glass.
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