Stillwater project finished!
Cheers! I have recently finished, so to speak, a whole house project in Stillwater. Are we really, as designers, ever finished?! I know it’s so hard for some people to understand the innate quality of being an interior designer. There is no “off” button~~which is fine with me–it’s my passion. I am moved and enthralled by exciting environments and fun, funky, and unique designed products.
We are still working on a few small finishing touches in this residence, but for the most part, the main vibe of the place is intact! We, as in myself, Hagstrom Builder, and Denny Claridge, the architect, designed this lovely new home in an open floor plan style for ease of having many grandchildren and family members visit as well as to accommodate a disabled homeowner. The intention was to create intimate and inviting areas within a French Country style space with a nod to Asian. Below are some of the pics of the living room, dining room, and kitchen. If you’ve already seen the pics on other sites (website, FB, Linkedin, etc.), well, enjoy again! Other room pics to come in the future!
The drapery fabric is Fabricut and the console bronze sculpture is my client’s. Sofas are by Lee. The stunning two color, distressed console as well as the cocktail table are by Sterling. The two ottomans under the console are custom and I had them upholstered in the coolest fabric from Pollack, one of my fave fabric manufacturers. It is a vinyl that gives the appearance of silk. I have seen it on a tufted king size headboard as well, which is initially where I became aware of it. I thought for sure it was silk until I went up to touch it! One of the best illusions around! See the close up below, which still doesn’t do the fabric justice!