Powder Room Project

I love powder rooms. Mostly because clients will typically take some chances with me designing them as they are small and not a huge commitment. For a recent job, the client requested BLACK. I really loved this idea-dramatic, statement making, and practical. Check back for the finished result. We definitely glammed up the look here (opted for crystal sconces, wallpaper vs straight paint, marble mosaic floor vs stained planks) but this was our inspiration.






bye bye beach...

As we close out the summer, I have to share a near and dear, post Sandy project that (fingers crossed) will grace the "Poolhouse" issue of a favorite shelter mag next summer.  The superstorm may have leveled the precious house but it did not dampen the client's desire for bold, fun, unapologetic color everywhere. Stay tuned for publication updates!! 

 Rug & pillows Dash & Albert  Sleeper sofa courtesy of Point Beach Interiors

Rug & pillows Dash & Albert

Sleeper sofa courtesy of Point Beach Interiors

Farewell Blairsden

 Photography courtesy of Marisa Pellegrini

Photography courtesy of Marisa Pellegrini

May has come and gone and I am in the process of unwinding my vestibule space. I am so grateful for the opportunity and the check off the bucket list. Thanks to all of those who helped make "space 40" come to life. 

 

A master bath

Shots of this bathroom are on my Facebook page, but here are a few details that speak to the way we treated this renovation: with extreme attention to the small things that are not small. For instance where do you keep your soap when you float a free standing tub? The streamlined glass shelf solves the problem.

 

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