Interiors

  • Historic Eastern Shore Renovation

    We undertook a full renovation of the kitchen and primary bath in this historic waterfront home in Maryland. Our goal was to lighten the spaces, which formed part of a cramped wing added by a previous owner, while creating a sense of history in keeping with the original 1750 section of the house. We began by vaulting the kitchen ceiling, then brought in materials that will patina over time, from unlacquered brass to fumed-oak butcher block. In the bath, designed to feel like an 18th-century conversion, we installed antique heart-pine floors and selected period-appropriate fixtures.

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  • New England Retreat

    When our clients purchased this three-bedroom condo north of Boston, its charming original elements had been obscured by a previous renovation. Desiring a livable, comfortable hangout space that could welcome frequent out-of-town-guests, our clients trusted us to go all out with pattern, color, and texture. We opened up the choppy layout with a new kitchen and staircase, and incorporated plenty of indoor/outdoor materials to keep things stylishly low-maintenance. 

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  • Prewar Apartment

    For a young client who loves textiles almost as much as we do, we had fun creating a lively, layered scheme. A mix of influences from different periods and cultures lends a sense of history, while multitasking furnishings make the small space work as a living room, an occasional work space, and an entertaining space. 

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  • Modern Pied-à-Terre

    Our clients, who split time between Westchester and Palm Beach, hired us to transform this three-bedroom pied-à-terre into an airy respite from the bustle of midtown Manhattan. We skipped elaborate window treatments in favor of maximizing skyline views, and lacquered walls and millwork in soft blue to capture even more light. A mix of custom upholstery and vintage pieces made the most of a tricky layout, while a light-toned rug enhanced the floating-in-the-clouds feeling. 

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  • Rental Revamp

    This one-bedroom rental apartment began as a basic white box—an ideal canvas for layers of pattern and color, starting with an entryway tented in a cotton block print. Antique objets and artwork brought character back to the space, as did a touch of well-placed wallpaper. We designed a custom banquette to carve out a petite dining area and added smart concealed storage beneath a fringed table skirt.

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