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As certified Interior Designers , we are specialists in the field of architectural home remodels & renovations for both residential and hospitality marketplaces...only working with qualified teams of Architects and Contractors.
WE create W-O-W! including but not limited to luxury Interiors & Kitchens & Baths.
No 2 projects channel the same.
Luxury Interior Design
As certified Interior Designers, we create lifestyles. Our designs are innovative, aesthetically pleasing, unobtrusive, sustainable, and detail oriented.
We offer complete FF&E's sourcing and selection, Color Consultations, and more.
Let's tell a story and continue its narrative.
As certified Interior Designers, we ensure all aspects of the design are followed to the utmost in qualitative standards of excellence and HSW ( health, safety, welfare).
We work closely with our vendor relationships for timely deliverables etc...
We follow the project from inception to completion
No Bad Days is no ordinary name for a home, the name chosen as it embraces the Clients' positive spirits of living. Their retirement MCM home is in complete contrast to their former Richmond, Va Jeffersonian Home of 25 years. Nestled on the Rappahannock River , this quiet “ Yachting Community of Carters Creek” is an estuary to the Chesapeake Bay and Ocean beyond. It is an ecosystem of crabs, oyst
a fish out of water
The inspiration for the design stems from the Client’s favorite colors of blue & brown which mimics the 180degree views of the Water and neighboring cultivated oyster beds. The natural stone slab (focal wall) is intentionally chosen for its movement and how it personifies the ebb and flow of The River and oysters. The Heritage Blue pigment highlights the Range and Hood as the p
The selection of mixed metals and mixed finishes is intentional as a harmonious balance of opposites. A small touch of the whimsical is showcased in the Oyster shell semi-flush light. A homage to mid- century furniture is reflected in the stools, a contemporary adaptation . The dauphin antique console... originally to be de-boned and re-imagined as the floating bar end cap was kept "a
Capturing the views from every angle..wouldn't you want to sail away?
oyster slab focal wall
The Designer- Client relationship began as a complete collaboration of ideas continually exchanged throughout .
Roles and Expectations: “ There was always a dynamic discourse of why something worked when it was juxtaposed to another. It became a game of observations and perceptions… a review of the positive and negative aspects of all things incorporated into the design inclu
BEFORE: Although we would have liked to re-purpose this original 1950s steel kitchen... the interior components could not be salvaged.
Existing Conditions: Extended soffits had been recently added to protect the home from the inclement weather; therefore; it would have been cost prohibitive to straighten the porch walls when we enclosed it. The facade views from the water would have changed. SOL