I love the classic, vintage and timeless feels of this Greenville, South Carolina home designed by Taylor Hill. Playing with the balance of new, old, eclectic and traditional was the name of the game with this project. As a new construction residence in the heart of a historic Greenville neighborhood, the client wanted to be sure their home maintained a cohesive look and feel to its surroundings. We carried this theme from the exterior and throughout the house by blending vibrant textiles and wallpaper, heirloom antiques, contemporary art, and thoughtful architectural details to create a dynamic aesthetic.
(In collaboration with Virginia Lane + Associates, Meadors Inc., and Barron Residential)
What was once the very dated mid century Nashville home of country singer Tammy Wynette, is now a chic, hollywood glam meets contemporary cool and casual space with one of the sweetest pools I have ever seen. How much of a challenge would furnishing a home with so many curved walls be?! ‘TammyWood’ designed by Rachel Halvorson.
I’ve been agonizing over what to do with the 2 garden beds my husband created in our front yard when he completed interlocking the driveway. The other day I happened to notice House & Garden’s YouTube account had posted a new video of the rented home of British designer Flora Soames. I love her style and her pattern and colour filled home, but it was her garden that had me really swooning. Her pool became a pond, and around it is the most incredible floral cutting garden. Then it hit me. If I can’t figure out what to do in my front yard, particularly with the 20′ long x 12′ (ish) bed, why not just fill it to the brim with flowers! (I generally don’t plant anything that flowers, I am weird like that). So due to this enlightenment I figured I would share some photos from that feature on Flora in House & Garden (first 4, photographed by Simon Upton) and some from random projects in her portfolio.
I love this home! Eclectic with a bit of a traditional vibe mixed with cottage casual chicness. Such pretty and soothing colours. Designed by Meredith Kleinman.
Sharing another layered and dynamic project by Marie-Caroline Willms, but this time more modern and urban. This is a renovated flat in the Barrio de Las Letras ‘hood of Madrid and has some gorgeous original details that have been restored/maintained like the exposed brick walls, support beams and tile floors. Marie-Caroline added in her unique and quirky touches with a mix of antiques and more modern furnishings. Nothing “trendy” about this space and I love it!!