We want to inspire you, to get you thinking about your next decorating update or total redo. So browse our latest creations: each has information about HOW WE DID IT plus a link to detailed descriptions and price information on the items we used.
Formal follows function in John-Richard's silver Arezzo console, meticulously detailed and distressed and featuring a large center storage space. We chose a boldly scaled double-bevel mirror, flanked by Aerin brass sconces, then outfitted the surface with the "Caribbean Seascape" (from our exclusive Giclee Wall Gallery) and a pop of scarlet in fresh long-stemmed roses. The perfect finishing touch: Waterford Elysian barware, so you can greet guests with a welcoming cocktail!SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
Make an unforgettable statement the minute you open the door with always-right blue and white. Inspired by our vintage porcelain ginger jars, we painted the wall a deep indigo, then chose a Safavieh lattice rug in navy on cream for dramatic contrast. The chairs are Jonathan Adler's take on a classic Louis silhouette, with navy seat and back framed in white. The Star lamp by Regina-Andrew adds faceted sparkle to the glass-topped acrylic Clearview console, a sleek modern piece that contrasts beautifully with the Venetian-style Contessa mirror.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
Make a glamorous first impression with reflective surfaces and touches of gold in your entryway. Our granite-topped mirrored console offers loads of convenient storage in addition to its traffic-stopping beauty. Twin Pacifica buffet lamps are dramatic in glossy black with crystal accents and gold-lined black silk shades.
The Knot mirror is wheel-engraved and cut by hand with interlocking strips of gold and black glass forming the unique frame. We grabbed the Spode "Woodlands" serving bowl from the china cabinet and filled it with preserved hydrangeas for a low, lush finishing touch.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
Talk about a fabulous first impression! If your entry looks this elegantly put-together, the rest of the house benefits, too.
Once again, artful restraint makes the difference, aided and abetted by classic symmetry. We started with John-Richard’s sculptural Trenton console, solid wood with ebony veneers and boxwood inlays on brass-plated feet. The ebony story continues with the Gannon lamp’s rich finish beneath a creamy fabric shade.
The pure geometry of the Norlina mirrors (sold in pairs) creates a light-reflecting focal point. Our Osburn rug, tufted by hand of hand-spun New Zealand wool, adds subtle color to this regally neutral setting.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >