She grew up in Savannah and loves using her memories of the beach in her designs, which help her showcase tropical colors and effortless living.
Her interior design firm is located in Connecticut where she has lived for 25 years, but she recently decided to purchase a Pied-a-terre in Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
Her formula for this apartment was to step away from her traditional formula and work with white lacquered walls, abstract artwork and a mix of high and low.
Her goal was to achieve symmetry, simplicity. and sophistication. I think you will agree that she hit all points and still kept true to her beachy roots.
My favorite parts has to be the use of orange and coral throughout the home, the amazing striped roman shades, the touch of zebra and of course the monogrammed pillow. (I would expect nothing less from a Southern lady)
Did you have any favorites?
Images via NY SPACES