Bold custom carpet, abstract art, and fresh flora add an element of surprise to this otherwise conservative space. Fireplace touts client family crest.
Featured as one of nine most "romantic bedrooms" nationally on Houzz - This dreamy room includes fine antique linens (dust ruffle made from vintage table clothes) and furniture. Exclusive canopy iron bed was made to the designers specifications.
This romantic bathroom complements its connecting bedroom featuring stand alone bath tub, hand painted wall mural, and furniture like bathroom cabinets. Black metal fixtures + sconces coordinate with black iron canopy bed previously shown.
Vibrant red hues command attention in is this colorful southern plantation parlor and home!
This country casual kitchen with gray washed hardwood floors touts meticulously executed, fine customized cabinetry specified by the designer. Antique hand painted spice drawers were cleverly incorporated and found in a Paris flea market.
Slate blue toile and checkered fabrics are infused with soft baby skin tones inspired by exquisite art. Pale pinks are repeated in marble alarm clock and chair seat creating a bedroom of charm and wonder.
This formal dining room published in several national magazines features Madeira burl, tri-partite dining table (an exclusive design by Smith) The shell stone flooring provides a captivating foundation to the space.
Intriguing elements add depth, drama, and tension to this masterful music room... Engaging burlap upholstery, ghostly floor lamp, creamy white lacquered piano and cow hide.
When not in use as a formal dining room the designer has thoughtfully selected objects of art for handsome display against a buttercream yellow canvas. The Moorish lantern and hand painted mural bring mid-level dimension to the room, creating intimacy within a space with high ceilings.
This kitchen niche' was made to exact dimensions for housing this New England antique secretary and pen & ink drawing. On some occasions - it is nice to break up the monotony of continuous cabinetry, notes Smith.