Fabulous progress on a traditional home

For about a year now I have been working long-distance on a fabulous home in New Jersey.  I love formal traditional style, but most of the homes I have lived in are decidedly more casual, so it has been really fun to pull out the stops with florals, damasks, silks, and trims.  My client has a great eye and sense of what she wants, and this has been one fun and easy collaboration.

She recently sent some update photos, and I thought I would share with you.

Fantastic floral wallpaper in an upstairs bath:


Grasscloth in the study:


Another excellent print (on linen) on the kitchen barstools.  Love the giant nailhead.


Great brass pendants over the island and velvet-trimmed raw silk roman shades


Vintage dining chairs recovered in silver faux-leather (it's hard to see in this picture, but the chairs have a silver-leaf detail outlining all those pretty curves).


We're thinking about this paper for the powder room:

Derwent

Those fish are like 18" tall!

Next up: recovering a lot of old regency and biedermeier furniture.  Can't wait!