photo by Justin Maconochie

This space adjoining the kitchen is a modern interpretation of Arts and Crafts. We surrounded the steel clad fireplace with upholstery from Hickory Chair and Pearson mixed with geometric fabrics from Kravet and Schumacher.

photo by Justin Maconochie

We love to design custom millwork and cabinetry. In this room, these built-in bookcases flank the fireplace, and have integral pull-out desks. Spot tables from McGuire and Baker offer a flexible surface to place a drink.

photo by Gene Meadows

Traditional and contemporary can work together. Geometric wallpaper from J. Becker contrasts sculptural pieces like this antique Venetian mirror and sconces. The Regency commode and contemporary chairs complete the mix.

photo by Gene Meadows

This landing is practically another room! The home’s traditional architecture feels modern with a contemporary Bergamo Italian fabric window seat, Giacometti- inspired bronze spot table from Henredon, and “graffiti” artwork.

photo by Beth Singer

A pair of Baker sofas extend an invitation to sit around the fire. Other pairs of draperies, chairs, and ottomans create order and organize the space. The warm neutral color palette provides a restful quality.

photo by Beth Singer

We applied a vintage looking damask wallcovering to add instant age. Pollack vintage velvet drapery and grass shades add texture. Contemporary Italian furniture and lighting contrast, yet compliment, the rest of the room.

photo by Beth Singer

This walnut paneled library is the coziest room in the house. The vintage paneled room is very traditional so we used contemporary Italian furniture for contrast. The Tufenkian Tibetan wool rug provides color inspiration.

photo by Gene Meadows

For a dramatic focal point, we surrounded a sleigh bed’s headboard with a cornice and side drapery made from Dedar fabric. The Milling Road striped dresser and vintage photography adds pattern and personality.

photo by Gene Meadows

The young owners of this Georgian Colonial did not want their interior to feel stuffy, so we brought in a low Italian bed, chaise, and dreamy wool drapery. The Barbara Barry armoire from Baker adds a vintage element.

Great design gives you something special. The art-glass panels, hand-hammered sterling silver hardware, and custom tile fashioned in a pattern we spotted while in New York create a “one-of-a kind” butler’s pantry.

A custom steel console table is contrasted by the sculptural curves in Karl Blossfeldt's vintage botanical phototography.

photo by Gene Meadows

Symmetry is a wonderful way to create balanced and soothing spaces. A pair of transitional, camel-back Baker sofas flank the fireplace. Canovas velvet draperies and leather stools organize the space.

photo by Beth Singer

We painted the walls in bold stripes to visually widen the space, and papered the ceiling with an elegant silver leaf. The laser-cut drapery fabric becomes sculpture and adds dimension to the room.

photo by Gene Meadows

Our clients love their inviting screen porch. Lloyd Flanders all-weather wicker furniture, Pindler outdoor fabric draperies, and vintage treasures recall a time when one would relax and drink lemonade on warm summer days.

photo by Gene Meadows

This media room is Art Deco inspired. The furnishings, like this chair from William Alan, are upholstered in the same Duralee deep blue velvet evoking the feel of a movie theater. We designed the Art Deco bar to add drama.

photo by Beth Singer

Old Hollywood glamour meets global style. A striped wing chair is a strong balance to the horizontal ribbing on the Art Deco inspired chest. The silver leaf screen shimmers, and the Moroccan table adds a sculptural quality.

photo by Beth Singer

Using pieces our clients already owned gave this room a familiar and comfortable feel. To keep it fresh, we painted the walls in warm neutrals, reupholstered their settee in Pollack fabric, and added Lee Jofa drapes.

photo by Beth Singer

This is a study of simplicity, and how traditional and contemporary relate. Adjacent to the garden, we had the walls covered in a block-printed botanical pattern. A contemporary glass light compliments the Shaker table.

photo by Beth Singer

Our clients wanted a warm, modern, and clutter free kitchen. The look of this space could easily be made more traditional if the barstools and pendant lights were changed. That’s the beauty of simplicity.

photo by Beth Singer

This cozy reading nook/window seat became part of our client’s new kitchen design. Indoor/Outdoor fabric on the cushion makes for easy cleanup and durability, and the built-in bookcases showcase our client’s cookbooks.

photo by Beth Singer

Details make the room. The arm of this wing chair, covered in a Pollack fabric, seems to nest into the Baker tripod table. Thoughtfully edited accessories, such as these tea roses and Limoges boxes complete the vignette.

photo by Chani Devers

In this kitchen, we brought the outside textures in. Rice paper laminated in glass was placed in the upper cabinet fronts, while the Ann Sacks glass tile backsplash provides a luxurious nod to the tree bark outside.

photo by Chani Devers

Our client needed function for both team and client meetings. The solution was this custom extra-long walnut desk, with a white milk backsplash. Everything’s hidden, even the printer. Talk about feeling organized!

photo by Chani Devers

Contemporary design exudes strength and sophistication in this Executive Office. The classic modern furniture is softened with Pollack printed fabric on the drapery and sofa pillows. The bold painting is from Baker.

photo by Chani Devers

These black leather Corbusier lounge chairs are a classic, and look great in this masculine executive office. We placed black and white photography, by Gene Meadows, to complete the space.

photo by Beth Singer

For this gardener’s bedroom, we used a low bed surrounded by a cocoon of Kirk Brummel linen sheer. A Tibetan rug woven in a bamboo motif, McGuire outdoor chair, and raw, natural textures complete the garden theme.

photo by Beth Singer

Bold and warm describe this Dedar wallpaper . The Hickory Chair bookcases provide texture and architecture, while the glass cylinder light adds sculpture and sparkle. Bookcases around the sofa are a clever use of space.

photo by Beth Singer

Central to this Library space, the Hickory Chair table is a very flexible piece. Need a slim sofa table? Both sides fold down. Invite six for dinner? No problem! The leather and suede chairs add a laid-back quality.

photo by Beth Singer

This mid-century inspired room is about flexibility. We designed the sofa to be used as a dining banquette when the walnut and chrome table expands to seat 12. The silver leaf wallpaper plays off the adjoining kitchen.

photo by Beth Singer

In this mid-century modern garden room, vintage furniture pieces were placed for lounging or playing cards. The clever drapery treatment is Kravet netting and handmade Garrett leather rings hang from steel rods.

photo by Beth Singer

We blended his love of Arts and Crafts with her contemporary aesthetic by using clean lines and warm colors. The Italian sofas and Baker coffee table compliment the geometric patterns in the Tibetan runner and pillow fabric.

photo by Chani Devers

Shimmering drapery divides space in this creative loft-style office. A waiting/conference area at the front is filled with contemporary furnishings, and a bold, Dedar wallcovering draws your eye to the rear of the space.

photo by Chani Devers

Having our trusted artisans make custom elements elevates interiors from ordinary to extraordinary. Here, we commissioned our metal smith to make these custom extra long drapery hooks.

photo by Chani Devers

Multiple textures and the raw versus the refined create interest in this sitting area, while an Edison-bulb sconce and a custom light sculpture cast a warm glow.

photo by Chani Devers

A glass table adds a light & reflective quality in this conference area. Vintage Walter Gropius chairs are covered in a playful polka-dot fabric from Schumacher. The seating area is grounded by the textural Tufenkian rug.

photo by Beth Singer

This custom bar and lower level kitchen feature platinum glass tile from Virginia Tile. The traditional rattan chair, by McGuire, and Arts and Crafts inspired Tibetan rug contrast the stainless steel Knoll chairs.

photo by Beth Singer

Textures and details abound. We created a striking focal point in this bathroom by using this multicolor glass tile. The grass shades covering the windows add an earthy textural element to the space.

photo by Beth Singer

The steam shower's gray/brown tile has a glint of metallic sparkle giving it life. The toilet room beyond features a wood wainscot with recessed, contrasting spindles.

photo by Beth Singer

We designed this vanity featuring hammered copper inset and an integral towel bar. The mirror visually enlarges the room, and the chrome deco sconces from Henredon add a vintage feel.