I believe in quality over quantity. Timeless and natural pieces, sentimental possessions and botanicals are key elements to spaces I design.
Perdido Key Nursery
Baby boy's nursery fit to raise a southern gentleman. Complete with custom artwork from Studio Moss, a Jenny Lind family heirloom, and a Fiddle Leaf Fig.
1900s Tudor Home: Bedroom 1
The idea was to decorate a space for a young man (that will soon be off to college) that can easily be converted into a guest bedroom. This is accomplished by using classic and natural elements.
Bachelor Loft (In Progress)
Loft renovation in downtown Cedartown, GA. Luckily, there were a lot of neat historic features that we were able to highlight in this space like the existing wood floors, exposed brick, and elevator shaft turned reading nook.
1900s Tudor Home: Bedroom 2 (In Progress)
Bedroom designed for a spunky little girl that loves the color blue.
1900s Tudor Home: Bedroom 3 (In Progress)
Bedroom designed for a southern boy to grow up in. It's important not to be too trendy when decorating a child's bedroom. I always try to select pieces that a young boy or girl can grow with and incorporate interest through textures and classic patterns.