Hi There !
Ok so July has been crazy, but we all knew it would be, with vacations, camp, and out of town installs. One of the biggest installs was in Richmond, VA. Maggie took the lead on this job, referred by her first big client here in Charlotte, I am thrilled to see how her style has developed. I knew when I hired her she had great taste, but her dedication and hustle abilities are proven over and over, especially with this project. She paid attention to all the details, making this trip without incident. She worked with Bree who orchestrated receiving all the gorgeous pieces making this project such a success. I am so happy I have such a talented crew.
Our clients Lauren and Richard are dream clients. After a few emails and phone conversations, we had a Facetime meeting to go over these boards. We explained the all the details and they trusted us to bring the vision to life in it's entirely, turning this row house into a home.
From the front door back we filled every corner with some pretty fab things, including a little Vivian Westwood Union Jack, paying homage to Richard's British roots. Take a look at the plans Maggie created.
The front living room, a cozy sitting room with comfortable pieces loaded with style to compliment the one piece we did keep, the halo chandelier, which we both loved.
Layered rugs, a deep sofa, casual sling chairs, unique art.
Through the gorgeous and original pocket doors to the dining room, the colors continue, but in more of a dramatic way.
A deep, dark charcoal wall color with and equally dark fireplace, in navy all compliment the wall papered ceiling. We found the best painters and wall paper installers in Virginia.
A live edge, Josh Utsey dining table with lucite legs, a brass hammered - black hide bench and two blue hammered metal chair all rest under the most gorgeous chandelier.
Keith created a beautiful art piece we had framed in a floating brass frame. Along the same side wall, a floating shelf with striped side lamp and a few accessories. I love this space.
Continuing straight back you hit the family room off the kitchen. Maggie lighted it back up to a pale grey with light grass cloth on the TV wall. She brought in a new sofa and gorgeous coffee table.
The Herman Miller chair and ottoman was one of my calls, it's a classic and finding the perfect piece or pieces from Windy O'Connor was in the plan as well.
The three spaces circle back to the entry foyer with this killer wall paper, stair runner and that Vivian Westwood.
Lastly, the master bedroom. I love this design. A strong paper behind the new bed, bold lamps and simple side table.
A casual and classic leather lounger in the window for a little reading.
I think the only piece we couldn't install was this light fixture - not bad for a full house, it will arrive direct and simply hung by their local installer.
Gorgeous, gorgeous - stay tuned !