One of our very first, and largest projects, this home was pure joy to design. The collaboration with the client, who is a brilliant, stylish and very opinionated woman, blossomed into a great working relationship and friendship that we’ve continued over the years. This client was very involved in every design decision we made, and it was a true collaboration – even down to the selection of grout colors. It was a great learning experience for us as well, as we blended a love of pattern and color with this modern farmhouse architecture.
Our design strategy centered on deferring to some of the important rustic elements while introducing color and pattern and emphasizing handmade materials. In collaboration with our client, we selected and procured all finishes and furnishings, including vintage lighting and furniture to pair with modern classics and custom designs. Intricate patterns and bursts of color were concentrated within some of the smaller spaces to allow the larger areas to act as a neutral foreground to the stunning views and gardens surrounding the property. The clients wanted to highlight a collection of artifacts from their travels, so these were creatively worked into the program.
Scope: Interior Design, Furnishings, Decoration
Location: Hudson, NY
Architect: Steven Harris Architects
Photography: Matthew Williams