The eye needs a place to rest and rooms need room to breathe. I plan focal points and blank space before we source any specific items.
I pay close attention to the balance of opposites: round and straight; hard and soft; edgy and traditional. Everything is more itself when placed next to its opposite.
Right-sizing the pieces in a room can be the single most transformative move, and it happens outside any ideas of "Style."
Whether it’s a piece purchased during your travels or a significant piece from a favorite creator, original art tells your story.
Wallpaper, animal print, and textiles are just a few of my favorite things.
In every project, a whole-house color palette emerges. Colors are deployed at different levels and with different saturation to create a narrative throughout the home.
Interesting fixtures, especially when large scale, elevate even basic finishes.
There is no better way to impart soul than with pieces that have lived many lives. Not only do I “let” you keep that interesting piece from Grandma, I encourage it.