Summer time has us scheming up rooms and homes from Boston’s South Shore (yes, we’ll work in Boston!) to Barrington to Westerly and boats in between. The studio is brimming with new materials, furnishings and art as we scour, edit and assemble interiors for our client projects. Often, we’re inspired by a rug, a piece of art or a fixture that becomes a starter scheme for a future project. These starter schemes are throughout the studio (and in our designers’ imaginations) just waiting for the perfect opportunity to come to life. Take a peek at the seeds of a room, ready to grow into a fresh space and reach out if one speaks to you!
Only the best,
“I love this antique Persian runner. The orange, blue and citron feel so fresh even though it’s 100 years old! The Serena & Lily console table is a piece that could work well in many homes; the grasscloth provides great texture and a coastal feel. The Hwang Bishop (made in Warren, RI) sculptural lamp would pair nicely, with its clean lines and rectilinear shapes.”— Julia Reinalda
“Making a coastal home feel fresh is one of my most favorite client assignments. Layering graphic patterns with organic materials keeps it upbeat and in-situ at the beach. And, as a dabbling artist myself, I always try and finish a room with original art, however small, to provide the integrity that only handmade objects bring.”
— Michaela Palmer
“I like working with traditional shapes and patterns but addan infusion of fresh color and interesting shapes to create happy, joyful spaces.”— Wendi Dicely-Scalora