Commitment Issue

February 20, 2014

One of the most notable benefits of a career as an antiques dealer is having access to such broad style. It can also be the most challenging for the same reason. As I find designs that appeal to me with regard to our inventory, I find myself alternating paint colors and light fixtures, flipping from dark and cozy, to light and edited in my own home. There are so many options and directions I can take as I walk around the shop. Couple that with the vast amount of design influences seen daily, and the options are limitless! When I get in the research “zone” for these emails, it can almost feel intoxicating from the vigorous visual journey!  

 

Heading to Italy on Tuesday with Shane who just returned from France with Bill Peace. They were “stuck” in Paris while we Atlantans were experiencing the joys of cabin fever due to the inclement weather. Trust me, I didn’t feel sorry for them either.  

Best,
Kristen

p.s.  Thanks BP for capturing the suffering abroad so effectively.

 
Madeline Stuart

 

 

Jackye P. Lanham Designs, Inc.

 

Darryl Carter

 

McAlpine Booth & Ferrier Interiors

 

 
 
Tom Scheerer

 

Soucie Horner, Ltd.

 

 
 
Susan Lapelle Interiors
 
 

 

Jessica Helgerson Interior Design

 

Philippe Thelin & Thierry Gonzal
 
Library at Highclere (Downton Abbey)

 

 
 

 

Rela Gleason Design

 

Buback & Hofmann

 

John Robshaw & Sara Bengur Interiors

 

 

 

 
 
Peace Design

 

Megan Morton

 

Russborough House

 

 
 
Vicente Wolf Associates, Inc.

 

Tammy Connor Interior Design

 

Home of Majbritt and Jesper Johansen

 

 
 
 

 

 

Tom Scheerer