No Space Like Home
Dining area in coastal home with vintage ercol chairs and industrial light fitting
subtle colours and beautiful sold wood furniture were combined with clean lines, pale Nordic woods, and plenty of eye catching lighting and art throughout
Andrew Howard Interior Design
White Sands Coastal Development
We remodeled this 5,400-square foot, 3-story home on ’s Second Street to give it a more current feel, with cleaner lines and textures. The result is more and less Old World Europe, which is exactly what we were going for. We worked with much of the client’s existing furniture, which has a southern flavor, compliments of its former South Carolina home. This was an additional challenge, because we had to integrate a variety of influences in an intentional and cohesive way. We painted nearly every surface white in the 5-bed, 6-bath home, and added light-colored window treatments, which brightened and opened the space. Additionally, we replaced all the light fixtures for a more integrated aesthetic. Well-selected accessories help pull the space together, infusing a consistent sense of peace and comfort.
David Duncan Livingston
Connected to the kitchen, this banquette encompasses style with storage in an otherwise small space.
Spacious nook with built in buffet cabinets and under-counter refrigerator. Beautiful white beams with tongue and groove details.
Pineapples, Palms, Etc.
Antique farmhouse table from Belgium Slipcovered chairs by Lee Industries