27 Jul CURIOUS VALLEY HIDEAWAY – PART II
“I need contrast—the old and the new, the rough and the soft. The clash of it all is very sexy.”
Oooooooh, the dinner parties that will take place in this room! This space was such fun to design, with our clients’ impeccable taste and a touch of whimsy, a melding of the minds occurred. A place created for conversation and laughter, this dining room effortlessly mixes old and new. We were stoked when we found Black Creek Mercantile in New York to create this gorgeous black table. Using only domestically sourced, sustainable hardwoods, each item is handcrafted in their studio using wood to wood joints. Available in custom sizes and your choice of non-toxic natural colors, we love working with them to create the perfect pieces for our clients.
An olive tree finds a happy home in a handwoven basket bathed in sunlight. Vintage brass dragons scored at a vintage fair, ground the space, as much as they protect it.
Love these leather chairs with hairpin legs!
Blown glass jugs in different hues lend a playfulness above. A pair of brass ram horn candlesticks sit opposite a vintage french cutting board for a table scape that doubles as a beautiful presentation for serving. Guests are on their way, bon appetite! Stay tuned for the next part of our curated Curios Valley Hideaway!
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