This serene retreat is in an idyllic location. We surrounded the family with welcoming colors and warm, inviting spaces to soften the edges of their contemporary home.


Against the brilliant landscape design of Helen Hartung, we created a generous outdoor kitchen with a pizza oven.


A generous outdoor fireplace with oversized lounge chairs becomes the perfect spot to keep warm on cool evenings.


This custom chandelier was the perfect way to give this high-ceilinged dining room a sense of intimacy.


Our client brought home this Indonesian ceiling and we turned it into an incredible dining table.


The refined rustic feel of these counter stools adds needed texture to the clean lines of this kitchen.


In a home where each space flows into the next, every area needs to feel related but unique.


Pairing our client’s antique player piano with modern pieces from Lawson Fenning and Blu Dot was one of the ways we integrated their family history with the contemporary style of their new home.


We took our color cues from the home’s beautiful surroundings.


An 18th century daybed where our client napped as a child was given new life when we reupholstered it in midnight blue leather.


This mixed-media mural added important visual depth to this reading nook.


Clean but substantial chairs from Lawson Fenning hold their own against this dramatic fireplace.


This sophisticated pink creates a lovely warmth against all the blues, grays, and greens in the rest of the room.

Happy days when you get to work a gorgeous vintage cash register into the design. (You would not believe how heavy it is.)


Serene was the order of the day for this master bedroom.


Stranger Furniture’s splayed maple headboard and floating nightstands are heavenly in this room.


My favorite element of this house? It’s endlessly indoor-outdoor.


We didn’t have Melon in mind when we designed this space but clearly, she thinks we did :)


I love the way our client’s art collection walks you down the hall to the game room.


The team at CBM Woodworks took the idea of a family game table to the next level in an innovative mix of white oak and brass.

Fabric from Cisco Home tied this game table to all the other pieces on the main floor of the house.

Who say’s a den for the boys can’t be stylish and indestructible?


Eleven of these wall-mounted bookcases meant our client’s library had a new home.


This deep blue makes this homework spot under the stairs feel like a room all it’s own.


On your way out…