This week’s feature: Hilary Bailes of Hilary Bailes Design!
“The entry sets the mood, and the view of the lake inspired the natural materials to complement it and not distract. The stunning 13′ tree root from Urbia imports anchors the long space. Cisco Home ottomans in leather and a stunning Arteriors chandelier create a dynamic entry.”
This week’s feature: Christina Samatas and Renee DiSanto of Park & Oak interior design studio!
“This is an upstairs hall in a lake house that we wanted to make functional and interesting. A family of 6 lives here so the goal was to create a quiet and comfortable place to relax and read a book. We used organic textures and neutral colors to create a serene and inviting environment.”
This week’s feature: Kelly Guinaugh from Interior Enhancement Group in Inverness, Illinois!
“Our priority in each of our projects is to truly understand what design aesthetic creates a sanctuary, a place of refueling and peace, for our clients in their homes. This great room is an excellent example, our clients love traveling out west and wanted to bring that feeling back to their Midwest property when building their new home.”
Chandeliers, Pendants and Sconces by Hammerton
Sofa Console Tables by Kolkka
Game Table by Old Biscayne Designs
Chess Table Chairs by Leathercraft (not pictured)
Metal Decor over Chess Table by Urbia (not pictured)
This week’s feature: Moira Daley Design from Chicago!
“The large black artwork by Francine Turk behind the dining room table is a French poem written in dripping gold paint and serves as the inspiration for the dining room design. We wanted to create the moodiness and elegance of an urban French home.”
This week’s feature: Glenda Evers Design from Scottsdale!
“This is a photo from the great room in my clients’ home in Paradise Valley, Arizona. This is a large, open, and casually elegant gathering space. A big part of my inspiration actually began with the fabric on the Marge Carson chair in the forefront. I had previously seen this fabric on dining chairs in the CAI Scottsdale showroom and fell in love with it and wanted to use it in a project, so I was very happy to use it here! That set the tone for the other fabric colors in the room. Dana Bryant was a great help for me with these selections as well.”
This week’s feature: In-Site Design Group from Denver!
“The inspiration for the room was the view of the rock formations outside the windows. The Clip sofas not only complemented the architecture of the home, but also brought the feeling and form of nature into the room.”