Our clients travel to Sonoma and we wanted to include a little something from their trips. Personalize it, people. #youdoyou
A moment from an interior redesign we did awhile back. We helped the homeowners update and elevate the design of their living room and dining room (pictured here). All of the home's walls were a pale, creamy beige. We asked the homeowner how she felt about going dark(er) in the dining room...she was totally into it! We talked through deep blues and deep greens and eventually all agreed that this moody, in-between teal was perfect. We updated the palette of both rooms, transitioning from earthy reds and tans to tranquil blues and greens. The homeowners were thrilled with the results.
Casey and I had dinner with our client @kelnunn03 last night. She's delightful! Here's a detail from the design refresh of her living room we did awhile back.
And now for something entirely different -- this is a stately, traditional mansion in Tower Grove South. We went with an elevated, traditional decor with enough modern elements to keep it interesting. We always consider the architecture of the home and our client's tastes and preferences when designing a space.
It was an incredible pleasure helping our client Jon set up his downtown loft. What a treat to work with such beautiful furnishings and artwork in such a stunning space. Don't you love how the light fixtures turned out? We used three of them, each one progressively larger as you move through the loft. It creates a nice visual rhythm.
A happy client at our recent Ladue #redesign project.
We have a thing for bungalows.
An oldie but a goodie. This is the first interior #redesign we ever did. Using the homeowner's pieces as a starting point, we brought in accessories and art to create a serene, pulled together space. It's still one of our favorites.