LIGHTING

DESIGN PROJECT: Watery Blues and Pattern Play

One of our projects will be shortly coming to a close, we have been working with this family and their waterfront home for a handful of months now. We are so excited with how everything is turning out, here is a behind the scenes peak of the process so far...

Planning and becoming inspired by the space, Lisa loves doing dreamy watercolor images for her clients!

One of Lisa's favorite things: PATTERN MIXING! Watery blues, golds and cayenne make these patterns play well together. All of these fabrics will be evenly displayed throughout the home through use of drapery, furniture, pillows etc.

The lighting selected is marvelous! Such beautiful pieces that have such personality. They coexist so lovely together as well.

We hope you have enjoyed this sneak peak of this beautiful home, we can't wait to have professional photos to share the finished project with you in the future!

INSPIRATION: Lighting Lust

In our opinion, lighting can be the perfect finishing touches to a space. It's the jewelry of the room. Here are some lighting pieces that make us dazzle!

Image Source:  Artieriors Home

Image Source: Artieriors Home

^ This amazing handmade chandelier is the perfect piece for an entryway. The antiqued mercury mirrored globes sparkle and diffuse the light in the space. We are actually installing this beauty TODAY in a client's entry, we can't wait to see how it looks in person! Stand by for a follow up photo.

Image Source: Currey & Company, Bethel International, Aerin

^ These chandeliers are fit for a queen! Adding draped crystals and chains to lighting elements glam up a space and add a romantic touch. The first one from Curry & Company is actually a collaboration with a jewelry designer, the pieces are absolutely amazing. I actually got the pleasure of meeting her designer last fall at High Point. I have been dying to use one of her pieces one day!

Image Source: Currey & CompanyBradley Hughes, Global Views, Bradley Hughes

^These iron and brass lighting elements combine an industrial feel with a more contemporary style. We absolutely adore the sharp angles and interesting curves of the Bradley Hughes pieces! 

So what's your lighting identity? Looking to incorporate some lighting jewels into your space? Get some more lighting ideas from our Pinterest board: Lighting ! Contact us with any questions you may have.