A client's gathering room in their historic home in Winchester VA. We furnished this space with a combination of American made and vintage goods. Built-ins hold the clients collections and Benjamin Moore's vintage claret graces the other three walls.
We visually merchandised the collection so that each vignette is a punctuation of beauty making up the canvas of the entire wall display.
American craftsmanship shines in this tufted velvet side chair.
A custom wool rug perfectly complements the unique shape of this jewel box.
Moody and sultry, Benjamin Moore's Vintage Claret comes to life in the lamp-lit corners of the room. We chose the palate to compliment our client's collection of asian art.
It was a joy to take this project at Spelunkers, a family-owned burger joint, in Front Royal, VA. With a sunny atmosphere and excellent local food, it seemed fitting to design a space as warm and charming as the local fixture's delightful reputation.
The custom built booths are made from reclaimed barn wood out of Ohio and Pennsylvania. There is a relaxed charm to reclaimed barn wood that instantly makes people feel at home.
We mixed school house style chairs into the design to contrast the cool, smooth steel with the grains of the aged oak.
We painted the restaurant in a pale custard cream and glossy ivory to enhance the natural sunlight that is so much a part of the restaurant’s environment.
On the lower level living space of our Stonecleft project, we took pops of yellow and unexpected finishes and created a family friendly yet stylish retreat.
Our client's own striking antique provided some inspiration for the palate of the room, and is pleasantly playful against the patterned wallpaper. In the foreground, we selected a pair of custom Ford chairs in leather and plaid from our Nestology collection.
A low contrast paper gives the planes of the walls texture, interest, and warmth. An American made hard wood tabletop provides a buttery smooth (and eco-friendly) surface for card games and cocktail conversations.
Keeping the tones in the design subtle, we highlighted the amazing architecture of the room.
In the great room at Stonecleft, a blending of warm metal and playful fabric accents contrast refreshingly with the elegant symmetry of the architecture.