Traditional architecture, transitional furnishings and contemporary art blend seamlessly in this large open and flowing home. Bold prints are used strategically in every space, from the back of the living room sofa, to the kitchen eating area wall covering, to the bold contemporary art to the over sized powder room wall covering. It's fun, bold and relaxed all at the same time.
This sleek, colorful redesign of an urban living room features a floating wall unit, in-ceiling speakers and comfortable seating. In the dining room, the pendant light, area rug and expandable glass table complement the client\'s enviable art collection.
Town restrictions prevented an addition to this space-challenged Colonial. A kitchen, mudroom, eating area and new powder room were carved out of the existing footprint and designed to match the home’s traditional feel.
Once a First Baptist Church dating to 1899, this property was converted into eight high-end residences. The units were designed to combine Victorian-era details with modern day luxury while preserving the integrity of the original architecture.
This beautiful remake of a 1960s villa on St. Thomas was highlighted in the June 2013 issue of island lifestyle magazine MACO Caribbean Living. Once drab and weathered, the villa now sports an unforgettable color scheme, cool and clean marble floors and a bright, open feel.