This bathroom was designed as a place of refuge. The open glass barrier encourages light circulation. The soap / shampoo storage is built into the wall. There are two robe
The client wanted a bright open room with minimal furnishings. We took the original brown and tan room and created a light grey and lavender master bedroom retreat for this
This bar / observation room design in a NE DC Row House was created to view the national monument through the window as the clients guest can get catered by
This Dining room was created starting with the initial concept of using Phillip Jeffries wallpaper. I used tan/brown tones with dark brown bronze tones to create a bit of contrast.
21 NAIL LOUNGE- The salon was designed to feel like a high end lounge. The dark ceiling and floor will set the calm mood to clients, while the lighter tones
This dark wood entertainment center concept was designed with clean lines and traditional elements in mind. The stone background in the upper niche pulls from the more traditional elements while
Progress. Just a few more details including the bed, bedding, area rug, and ceiling treatment..
Phillip Jeffries grass cloth wallpaper, custom upholstered chairs, new area rug & Ralph Lauren paint. What’s left to do in this room? We need to have the dining table delivered,