The firm of Caldwell-Beebe is internationally known, having been recognized in publications and on television. I would say their style is contemporary and timeless, but I think they say it better: "If we have a style, it is best termed "transitional" - a blend of old and new that grounds a room in an extraordinary way. We don't do period rooms. While they're beautiful, they are best suited to museums - not people with an active lifestyle. We create spaces that have a unique depth of authenticity - a presence, a patina, a degree of comfort - that is, in a word, magic." Magical, and simply beautiful.
Windsor Smith (featured on Domino's website) is an interior designer with a portfolio that is so appealing. Such beautiful muted shades of green, pink, blue, yellow and such comfy furniture. Hard not to love this.
"'I like to create libraries where men with names like Howard, Bing and Spencer sat in cashmere sweaters and contemplated the 13th hole on the Bel-air golf course. I am drawn to a simple but elegant time when the women were so legendary that surnames weren't necessary.... Slim, Babe, Coco...', Smith says as she twists a sterling pen on the palest aqua velvet ribbon that once belonged to the Duchess of Windsor. 'I'm so fortunate. Imagine... a career that beckons me to blend architecture and style with the romance of history.... I can't think of anything more delicious.'"
I first saw Fox-Nahem in Elle Decor '04 and fell in love. Midcentury pieces, statement artwork, a sense of drama and a sense of humour. Their work is sophisticated and intimate. Joe Nahem and his late partner Tom Fox have had their creations grace the pages of the absolute cream of the interior design press. No wonder. Check out the fabulous spaces below.