Monday, July 5, 2010

Entry Styles

In this Washington, DC duplex apartment, the owner, recently moved from a stint in Korea, requested a modern, zen environment with bold moves that would evoke an Asian aesthetic. Beautiful wide-plank flooring with water-based sealers, splashes of color and bold artwork set the tone as soon as you walk in.

Designed by  Andreas Charalambous


The client is a serious art collector, so we focus on highlighting their pieces and treated our furniture, light and area rug selections as art themselves. All recessed light fixtures are updated to low voltage lamps and art spotlights are installed throughout to accentuate the photography collection.
Designed by Velvet Hammerschmidt

A soft-toned wall covering provides a neutral backdrop to showcase exquisite art, a beveled mirror and a hand-crafted curved demilune table in the entry of a Minneapolis loft.

Designed by Shelly Riehl David

1 comment:

  1. We love the rug in the entry showed in your last photo. Rugs can do so much for a space, and can be very reasonably priced!


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