This project was a traditional single story ranch home. The look is transitional with a liberal use of antiques balanced with contemporary art arranged in dramatic groupings. The grouping of art above the living room sofa was used to balance the other large over scale paintings in the room. The over all feel of this project is formal but approachable. The client's numerous and varied styles and types of art do not overwhelm guests but are highlighted by their careful placement for the guest's enjoyment.
This is the Master Bedroom in a highrise in Atlanta. The homeowners wanted a totally different look from their previous home which was traditional in feel. They wanted a sleeker more modern feel.
Avid collectors, the art and accessories were all chosen specifically for the space. We chose a wonderful bone mirror to give some variation rather than all paintings.
We love working with art and sculpture. This project was a massive loft in downtown Atlanta and the owner wanted a collected European feel. We started with his extensive art collection and built the design around it. The exposed brick walls and soaring 16 foot ceilings allowed us to take some innovative approaches to showcase his art and furnishings collected from all over the world. We thought the use of traditional furniture especially the 18th Cent antiques took this loft in a different and totally unexpected direction from most and respected the age of the structure. This project was featured in The New York Times Sunday Supplement.