This commission involved an addition to and restoration of a historic guest house in the village of Sag Harbor.
A New York City based couple with two kids enlisted our help redesigning their 2-story waterfront vacation home in East Hampton.
To celebrate the family's ancestry, we curated this home to incorporate 19th-century furniture and art, with pops of color and a Fornasetti inspired dining room.
We worked within the same footprint of the original structure but optimized every inch to take advantage of the incredible views. The soothing coastal design conveys a sense of place but in a clean, sophisticated way.
This design involved a substantial renovation of a mid-century modern residence in the Pacific Palisades just north of Los Angeles. To prevent the house from feeling constrained, we developed an interior plan with long lines of sight through the large walls of glass in the main living spaces.
Exhausted from stuffy rooms with an artificial air, the homeowner sought to create an honest style in her Shelter Island bungalow, with a relaxed sense of breezy beach living.
Just outside the center of town on Block Island our mission was to create an idyllic setting for these new grandparents and their extended family. We combined light blues and creams to mimic the views of the ocean and dunes just steps away.
Having completed multiple projects for this young couple we were challenged with incorporating all the natural colors of a country landscape in the heart of downtown Nashville.
Our client’s city home is formal – full of antiques and dark furniture. An antidote to their urban lives, they chose this picturesque 3,800 square foot waterfront property on the Cape because it was an idyllic spot for relaxing after a long week.
This was our very first historic renovation in the fishing town of Sag Harbor. Great care was taken to blend the new construction with the scale and historic character of this 1820’s cottage.
Inspired by our clients love of horses and polo we were committed to creating a laid back country barn setting in the center of East Hampton Village. Paying tribute to all things Ralph Lauren we were excited to reveal this transformation to the new owners.
Our clients who had lived in their home for 30 years wanted to save as much of the original materials as possible in designing this Stamford Connecticut residence. The result was a dream home layered in natural colored fabrics, white shiplap, and shades of blue.