QUADRILLE in House Beautiful

One of the things that I miss most about home is the pile of design magazines that used to sit on my bedside table & my domino archives in the closet. Luckily, I can still get a partial fix by browsing some of them online until my transient life comes to an end in a few weeks (I am really looking forward to unpacking my bags).

I loved seeing QUADRILLE featured on the cover of House Beautiful for October. They are one of my favorite lines for fabric & wallpaper- unique colors, exotic patterns, and feminine flair…yum.


Here’s another one of my recent projects I finished a few months ago, but as usual slacked on posting it…

It’s actually a guest room in my parent’s home- my dad is a big African game hunter.

I wouldn’t allow any heads on the walls…so we made due with african masks, artifacts, and paintings.

I loved finding all the tribal inspired fabrics.

It also doubles as a nursery…hope it’s not too scary for the grandchildren.

the entry…of course I allow antlers.

One of the custom made pieces I designed, along with the bedside tables.

The bathroom was somewhat difficult given the green marble that was there from the previous color scheme.

I really loved leaving my usual colorful palette and working with tone on tone and in such a distinct style…it was a great project.


I have been meaning to start posting some of my recent work but I’ve been so busy that it’s the last thing I remember to do, but I’m going to catch up! So here is one of my latest projects that is semi-complete. I’ve been working on this since October and once I finished these 2 rooms we decided to update the rest of the house so I’ll have more to post soon. It’s been a great project- I have loved working with all the different patterns & colors, it’s a really cheerful space.

Thibaut wallpaper & custom Celerie Kemble pillows

Existing sofa & chairs / Custom ottoman

New buffet & Custom painting by Ali Bolen, yes she’s a fabulous.

Re-finished the cabinets, new barstools

New glass 1″ x 1″ backsplash

I would still love to replace the granite with quartz.

Cute console.

Re-accessorized built-ins {one of my favorite parts}

New roman valences

another shot of the painting- I had her work from a piece that my client loved but sent her a swatch of fabric to incorporate the colors into the new painting. framed it in a $400 frame and voila, looks super expensive.