“Design is your opportunity to translate the epic beauty of nature, travel, and art into an everyday reality. It’s like creating a living story. One of my prime inspirations is Kelly Wearstler. She always pushes the envelope, and I venture to do the same with each design.” “This design is for a living room for a young professional woman who wanted a bit of Sherlock Holmes here and a dash of exotic influence there. We infused both of these with a romantic British Colonial style mixed with a few bold, modern patterns. A large Currey & Company chandelier reminiscent of branches brings a bit of twinkle and a natural element. The intricate Asian lines in the side table play well with the bold solid metallic of the cocktail table. The tufting on the Norwalk sofa lends some elegance, while the voluptuous curves of it instills a sense of femininity.”
Tips of the Trade:
• Never underestimate the importance of the foyer! It is a wonderful chance to transition into a new energy and introduce the experience that lies ahead.
• Invest in U.S.-made furniture whenever you are able. The quality and comfort is always worth it.
• Preserved botanicals! They introduce an instant pop of freshness and liveliness to any space, with little or no maintenance.
“Black Poppy” on Silk by evok Design Co. / www.furnishNC.com “Inkwell” by evok Design Co. / www.furnishNC.com Currey & Company “Fen” Chandelier / www.curreycodealers.com Celadon “equestrian Detail 1” artwork / www.celadonart.com Botanica Flower arrangement / www.botanicaunlimited.com Bazaar Faux Hide rug / www.furnishNC.com
Charleston Forge “Legacy” Side Chair / www.charlestonforge.com Currey & Company “Karlson” Credenza / www.curreycodealers.com arteriors Home “Bates” Cocktail table / www.arteriorshome.com Currey & Company “nador” accent table / www.curreycodealers.com norwalk Furniture “Lola” Sofa / www.norwalkfurniture.com