Install of the Day !

Hi !

Thought I'd catch up on a resent install Maggie designed and Mekenzie shot not too long ago !  We've been so slammed working on the next one we haven't had much time to reflect and post this one !  I love how this whole project came together with a few pops of color and loads of texture.  Maggie did such a gorgeous job.

The Living Room, Kitchen and Breakfast area are so pulled together with no detail omitted.  Take a look at my favorite image.

Hard to pick a favorite thing, maybe the custom fireplace screen, but the two custom navy chesterfield sofas come in at a close 2nd.  A neutral palette started it all off with off white walls, and a large shag rug with a slight neutral brown detail.

Art is always key and this piece works perfectly in the space.

I love the new coffee table pairs as oppose to one.  We have been doing that a lot lately and I love the look.

Everyone wants a gallery wall.  Maggie's mix of frames and textures while using just black and white images create the perfect composition.

The kitchen in it's all white is clean and crisp, the added pop color of orange keeps the space from looking too washed out and ties back to the living space.

Turning to the right from the kitchen the perfect little dining spot with comfortable leather chairs and a kid friendly table.  Another piece of art by Kathleen Murphy brings back that touch of orange in a beautiful abstract way.

art by Kathleen Murphy

Moving into the Wet Bar space a little drama was added with the dark navy walls and a black wall paper accent.

A gorgeous wood top and brass details in the hardware and faucet dress up the space !

One of my favorite elements, this custom art piece... or is it ?

A hidden door to the powder room perhaps.

These two wall papers compliment each other yet add that organic feel mixed with a graphic touch and I love all the brass and lucite.

Lastly the Master Bathroom needed an overhaul.  Fresh paint, new mirrors, lighting, tile and windows did the trick.

photos by mekenzie loli

Such a beautiful job on this project !! Well done Ms. Maggie.