Install of the Day !

I'm back . . .

Last, but not least,  Andrew Ahdieh who was anxiously awaiting his new pieces.  We couldn't end the week without installing his room.  He needed a face-lift, something a little more "big boy." 

His mom, Julie gave me a chevron rug to work around, I decided to play off that with Jonathan Adler's fun chevron inspired fabric for cornices - that was my starting point here.  

Those cornices now pull you into this room, along with a large, studded mirror, distressed dresser, new roller shades, reading chair and a few more fun Jonathan Adler pillows.  I used a lot of chevron patterns, but they all worked together for this happy, style savvy kid!

Take a look at the details. . . 

photos by Mekenzie France

Andrew . . glad you l - o - v - e your room, and thanks again for the 
mints and note (very "turn down service" of you, and very thoughtful)

Stay tuned, a few more local installs this week before we head to Miami for the Heitman install on Thursday.


  1. I love this room so much. Little boy's rooms can be hard. I love the way you make it look boyish AND stylish.

  2. Hi Guys,

    Absolutely loved this design, its modern and looks durable too. I always try to advise people redesigning children's bedrooms to stick to colours that their children are not going to grow out of, would you agree with this?

    I know many homeowners who spend hundreds of pounds designing their child's bedroom for two years down the line their child want it changing, what do you think about this?