photo by Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.

This award winning living room placed first in the Detroit Home Design Awards for Best Use of Art & Antiques. The room also features many of our custom furniture designs and a large scale Joseph Piccillo painting of horses.

photo by Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn Photographer

This living room is our take on a traditional home in Atlanta, featuring a fresh palette of teals unified with a lemon yellow plaid. The room is framed using silk portieres and accented by a custom silver leaf chandelier.

photo by Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn Photographer

In this additional view of our Atlanta living room please note the beautiful millwork that creates the fireplace and flanking bookcases as well as the casing that surrounds the bay window.

photo by Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn Photographer

This dining room is bursting with energy, light and movement thanks to the tangerine walls, tall windows and exaggerated moldings. The room is framed by generous pillared archways which add intimacy to this cavernous space.

photo by Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn Photographer

This view highlights our clients’ penchant for orange; the tangerine silk draperies, the vibrant walls and the striped host chairs. This is all balanced by contrast trim, lighter side chairs and large distressed table.

photo by Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn Photographer

The goal of this bedroom was absolute serenity. We used a soothing palette of mineral blues with dustings of gold to add warmth. This view is of the formal gardens beyond.

photo by Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn Photographer

In this view of the bedroom, you can see that the tufted headboard is embellished with a gilded crown. Also featured are the custom lamps and sconces.

photo by Maconochie Photography

The living room in this Pleasant Ridge historical home is a showcase for the clients’ art collections. We used the striped drapery, ottoman and rug as the unifiers to pull the color scheme together.

photo by Maconochie Photography

Vintage arm chairs flank one of our custom Sommerville tables in front the window seat, which completes this area of the living room. From the dining room doorway you can see the painting by the client's mother.

photo by Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.

The colors are richly saturated in this dining room. We hand embossed or “gaufraged” the crocodile pattern featured on the china onto the small footstool as well as the backs of the dining side chairs.

photo by Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.

Featured in this view of the dining room is our custom Lewiston bar unit with inlaid marble tops, hidden apron drawers and nickel grilles. Also featured is our award winning wool and silk rug. Artwork is by Julie Heffernan.

photo by Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.

The glam feature of this room, besides the Austrian rock crystal chandelier, is the oversized gilded floor mirror with attached console which creates the perfect ledge for a piece of sculpture.

photo by Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.

In this large bedroom we created a custom upholstered bed to emphasize the room's height flanked by custom nightstands of mahogany and onyx. The vintage swing arm fixtures and contemporary photography balance the space.

photo by Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.

In this additional view of the bedroom, we created a reading alcove by using a banquette which helped to emphasize the dramatic corner painting and hung a sculpture to add intimacy to the space.

photo by Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.

In this dramatic dining room we used a deeply saturated color for the walls, creating the perfect backdrop for the contemporary artwork as well as to highlight the collection of decorative Daum art glass.

photo by Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn Photographer

The kitchen / breakfast room of this Atlanta home, which is adjacent to the family room, highlights an extensive use of millwork visible in the cabinetry as well as in the beamed dome over the table and the planked ceiling.

photo by Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.

This is an additional view of our award winning living room. Here you will see the Sabin Howard sculpture of Hermes alongside our custom mahogany chaise lounge & companion tray with a backdrop of tailored drapery on iron rod.

photo by Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.

This is a small dining room where we were able to maximize the seating by creating a banquette that hugged two sides of the room. We created a custom dining table with a glass top so as not to visually crowd the space.

photo by Jeff Garland Photography

In this beautiful master suite we used a tight palette of ivory, cream & silver along with hand embossed paper to create a calm retreat. Lyrical elements such as the floor lamp and bronze branch pedestal add a hint of whimsy.

photo by Jeff Garland Photography

This generous living room features several seating groups for entertaining. In the distance you will see a vintage backgammon table, and in the foreground you will see a baby grand piano which is played often for parties.

photo by Cheryl Dalton

In this dining room, the client wanted a formal yet light and organic feel to the room. The drapery puddles beautifully on the floor, the walls are heavily frescoed and the console and sconces are hand painted.

photo by Ed Doucet Photography

This is the entrance to a clubhouse we did for a client who is a developer in Canton. The project is a mixed use of condo and rental and we were asked to create something with a very dramatic presence on a limited budget.

photo by Ed Doucet Photography

This view of the clubhouse shows a strong but restrained palette of deep burgundy and wine accented in gold and caramel. We planned for multiple seating arrangements to maximize use of facility on a limited budget.

photo by Ed Doucet Photography

This clubhouse library also serves as a sales area. Potential buyers can view the overall layout of the community as shown in the center table and choose the unit that is right for them from the framed floor plans on walls.

photo by Ed Doucet Photography

This living room is part of a series of model units that we staged in our client’s Canton condominium community. The purpose was to show each unit as a different lifestyle to potential buyers and was met with great success.

photo by Ed Doucet Photography

This living room is part of a series of model units that we staged in our client’s Canton condominium community. The purpose was to show each unit as a different lifestyle to potential buyers. The project was met with great success.

photo by Ed Doucet Photography

This living room is part of a series of model units that we staged in our client’s Canton condominium community. The purpose was to show each unit as a different lifestyle to potential buyers. The project was met with great success.

photo by Jeff Garland Photography

In this formal powder room we upholstered the walls and highlighted them with decorative cording. An antique bombe chest was converted into a vanity and we completed the space with beaded sconces and a Venetian mirror.

photo by Jeff Garland Photography

This jewel box of a dining room features hand embossed wallpaper and a cool color palette of mineral blues, taupe and grey. The wool and silk rug is variation in color of our award winning design.

photo by Jeff Garland Photography

This traditional living room features a wonderful palette in plum, silver and taupe. Beautifully carved pieces and generously proportioned furniture gives the room formality with all the comfort the clients desired.

photo by Ed Doucet Photography

This 2nd floor sitting room services the guest bedrooms in our client’s home. The big change to the space came when we added the skylight, allowing us to re-purpose this dark loft area into a lighter more usable space.

photo by Ed Doucet Photography

This home office transforms quickly into a guest's cozy retreat with 'built-in' walnut bookcases, desk study space, inviting spice colored sleep sofa and textured grass cloth walls.

photo by Ed Doucet Photography

This home office transforms quickly into a guest's cozy retreat with 'built-in' walnut bookcases, desk study space, inviting spice colored sleep sofa and textured grass cloth walls.

photo by Ed Doucet Photography

This lower level kitchen was designed to accommodate a family with a busy entertaining schedule. Some highlights include refrigerated drawer units, mahogany paneling, heated stone floors, open shelving and a wine cellar.

photo by Ed Doucet Photography

This view of the kitchen shows the glass basket weave tile on the backsplash giving the space a horizontal sight line which continues into the open shelving as well as the upper cabinets with their lift up doors.

photo by Ed Doucet Photography

This wine cellar is defined by the use of a natural ledge rock wall and a mahogany framed door with a custom iron grill. Plenty of interior space ensures that there will be room for all of your favorite vintages.

photo by Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.

This gorgeous living room was designed for not only entertaining but also as an intimate family space. A lustrous palette of taupe, silver and cream were used in the faux finish on the walls as well as in the fabrics.

photo by Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.

In this view you can see the adjoining dining room where we added to the function of the space by creating an intimate seating group in the bay that is used for after dinner drinks.

photo by Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.

In this view you can see the extensive use of millwork that helps give these grand rooms a more human scale. You can also see in the floor that the inlay detail was reiterated in the cut border of the living room rug.

photo by Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.

In this detailed view of the fireplace we showcase the custom limestone surround we designed for the room. You can also see the faux finish used on the walls which has a metallic base, giving the room a lustrous sheen.

photo by Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.

This snooker room is a family affair full of special touches. An elevated viewing platform with cozy seating, rich mahogany paneling, Art Deco snooker table with pearl inlay & reproduction lighting add to the vintage feel.

photo by Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.

This foyer called for an oval dome, with plaster fret work that leads the eye to the center. By creating a backlit stained glass oculus for the apex we were able to give the dome life, spreading a glow throughout the foyer.

photo by Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.

This detailed view of the Foyer dome gives an up close look at the heart and soul of this space, the stained glass oculus.

photo by Navot - Spire Integrated

In this theatre our goal was to capture the feeling of the grand theatres of downtown like the Fox and Adams. In an effort to match their glamour, the room is trimmed in mahogany with gold leaf details to create highlights.

photo by Navot - Spire Integrated

This view shows the red leather motorized seating piped in gold for a Deco effect as well as the upholstered wall panels used for sound absorption. The lush velvet drapery completes the required elements of a great theatre.