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Urban Industrial Chic

Urban Industrial Chic

Urban Industrial Chic

Our Industrial Chic designs proudly display the building materials that many other designers may try to conceal. We add a raw, unfinished look to the most thoughtfully designed homes. It’s about selecting pieces that are as much about function as style. Used in loft apartments, modern homes and commercial spaces around the world, industrial design showcases neutral tones, utilitarian objects, and wood and metal surfaces.

The result: a “warehouse look” that combines a true industrial feel with a range of other styles, from the earthy to the polished. This look isn’t just for “unfinished” spaces. In fact, we incorporate the industrial style into many of our clients homes and commercial spaces through features such as stainless steel surfaces, metal light fixtures and vintage furniture. Retailers such as Restoration Hardware have helped foster a love of industrial design with their thoughtfully designed pieces based on specific furnishings of the past.

 

Bohemian Chic

Our Bohemian-style designs are perfect for those who enjoy creatively thinking outside the box. We use fabrics and patterns collected from around the world, books, pieces of art (especially old art). We fill empty space with paintings, fabrics, pillows and figurines, bohemian interiors are full with accessories.

The style is not simply eclectic, it is not neat or matching and it is definitely not modern. True bohemian style is achieved only when the room appears as if you just collected all the interesting things you have picked up on your travels and combined them with all the good books you have ever read, then we blend everything together with a few old family portraits in gilt frames and some mismatched pieces of wooden furnishings for an elegant, chic, and wordly feel.

Bohemian Chic

Bohemian Chic

 
Modern

Modern

Modern

Our Modern interiors are sleek, spacious, simple, and focus on function and organization.  No clutter or chaos allowed.  Our designs are informed by basic geometry (simple edges, curves and angles) and clean lines in furniture, architecture and sculpture.  This style grew from the idea to build for function, to do without traditional decoration, and to embrace industrial materials like chrome, glass and concrete, which new technologies make available.

We utilize simple, uncluttered, pieces built for economy of form, and to serve a purpose.  Furniture pieces are kept to a bare minimum. Too many different colors will overpower the balance of your modern room.  So we embrace black, white, and neutrals – colors enhance the overall impact of your space.  Bold contrast using reds, greens, or black, for example, can provide a visual back drop on a wall, for large pieces;  bold color can emphasize the lines of furniture pieces The driving design concept is honesty: keeping structure and building material in plain view.

 

Transitional

Our Transitional designs are classic with a contemporary twist, by blending traditional and contemporary styles. we incorporates lines that are less ornate than traditional designs, but not as severe basic as contemporary lines. As a result transitional furniture designs are classic, timeless, and clean. Curves combine with straight lines to deliver a look that balances both masculine and feminine attributes for a comfortable, contemporary design. The scales of the pieces are ample but not overwhelming. We limit ornamentation and decoration, instead focusing on the simplicity and sophistication of the design.

Unlike contemporary furniture, transitional style focuses on comfort and practicality to meet the lifestyle of an active household. A multitude of fabric selections can vary from durable materials to sophisticated, plush fabrics, with patterns ranging from textured solids to large pattern prints.

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