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Cast your vote! Nursery for Baby P

Monday, August 8th, 2016

Calie and her husband are expecting their first baby in December! Last week, they found out that they were expecting a girl – and the brainstorming has begun for the upcoming nursery. It all started with the hunt for a vintage 1960’s Paoli rocker that caught their attention a few months back. Their home was built in the early 70’s and has many original contemporary architectural features that make for a unique home. As soon as they saw the rocker they knew it was perfect for the nursery, and not to mention it’s incredibly comfortable and quiet. The rocker will be reupholstered by Calie’s mother-in-law and husband in a Crypton treated gray fabric – nearly indestructible. How lucky that upholstery experience runs in her husband’s family!

A few additional features will remain in the room. The walls are paneled in chunky wood paneling and are currently painted white. There is also an original built-in desk with two windows above that look out into the yard. The desk, closet doors, baseboard and windows are all stained in a walnut color which adds a warm feel to the room.

Even though they are expecting a girl, they would like the nursery to be anything but pink. Vote for your favorite palette on our Facebook page!

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Art & Accessory installation

Friday, April 22nd, 2016

It all started with a sweet client that had recently moved into an amazing home. They were starting to feel settled in, but unsure on how to pull everything together and they were looking for a solution. A niche above the fireplace and the bookcases that flanked it were begging for color, texture & interest.  We started our journey by reviewing pieces from local artists in the clients home and fell in love with a beautiful horse that was beaming with depth and soul. Two days before Christmas we shared a image on our Facebook of the amazing piece that was installed at our clients home. The artist created a similar feeling horse on a canvas size that was perfect for their niche. Our next step was to pull together accessories that would pull out details from the artwork and after puck lights were installed in the bookcases the pieces came to life.

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Phase two of our installation was commissioning the perfect piece for their large stair wall (which could be seen from the Entry, Kitchen, Dining & also the Living Room with the fireplace).  In our initial meeting to review art at the clients home, the clients were intrigued by a metal piece that was fabricated by a wonderful local artist. After a meeting to review size, color, welding breaks and format the artist began creating the vision. While installation was a little nerve-wracking due to the height and weight of the pieces being carried across the scaffolding – we couldn’t have had a better result. It’s a piece that draws you in, that bounces the light off the texture and that finishes off the main floor of the home. A big thank you to Nicole, Mark & the artists for helping us pull it all together.

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Mid-Century Modern Interior Design – Follow our project

Friday, July 24th, 2015

We are fortunate to be working very fun couple that recently purchased a 1949 home, full of originality and even full of the original homeowners furniture that was left inside it. The lighting, tile, terrazzo floors, plumbing fixtures and even the St Charles steel cabinets in the Kitchen were still in tact. A one owner home, full of charm – yet needing to be updated with current color palettes that complimented the home more than the original pink tile counter tops and terracotta cabinet combination. Today marked the day that cabinets were being installed. They had been sent to the body shop, literally, for dent repair, minor Bondo and fresh paint. We selected a new green color for the Kitchen that will look amazing with the the new hardwood floors and remaining original finishes in the home, and we kept the iconic terracotta color for the mudroom downstairs. The mudroom will also receive new flooring now that the base cabinets are installed. Take a peak at the beginning of the install and check back soon for additional behind the scenes images!

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