Mixing old and new, Regency and early American live together in their sweeping gallery space.
Crisp white walls allow the pieces to stand out for their singular forms and finishes.
These designers are always re-arranging the space.
Vignettes throughout make each area a new discovery.
Mixing period styles is a great way to show that what at first may seem disparate actually works well together.
A large cabinet once stored files and would be a welcome addition to any office in need of a tidy storage solution.
Rough hewn wood tables and a gilded settee live together in harmony.
A sofa with a tufted back and tailored arm can work with mid century modern and French antiques.
This desk is amazing.
A pair of Louis XV style sofas have a subtle curve to them that can go minimal or maximal.
An ornately carved mirror hangs above a shagreen chest.
A carved console surrounded by French side chairs is a great pieces.
This table that sits in the window is a favorite of mine. The arch detail and carved legs are beautiful.
And of course, design books are a must!
An oversize slipper chair with bobbin leg looks sleek in grey leather.