Art Collector’s Haven
Located in the historic Castlewood Terrace neighborhood — host of the country’s largest silent film studio in the 1920s — this home had undergone a gut renovation with its previous owners. Our clients, however, were ready for several cosmetic enhancements that would align the home with their own preferences and lifestyle, including their extensive art collection.
In their new living room, every element was custom-made to our specifications, including the wall art installation, a bronze and walnut “puzzle” coffee table, horse-hair stools, parchment cabinets, and the area rug.
In the kitchen, we transformed the masculine gray cabinetry into a more glamorous version of itself with a riveted backsplash in marble and brass, retro-fitted cabinet inserts, and linear pendant lighting.
We expanded the primary bedroom to double storage and layered the room in lush textiles. Other elements of our design included a beautiful family room with an art gallery (and dog-friendly sofa), a chic dining area, a powder bathroom, a sophisticated home office, and a teen hangout space for our clients’ son and his friends. And, of course, every space displays their beautiful art.