We believe residential space should be functional and comfortable. It should feel good to the soul and satisfying to the eye, aesthetically pleasing, inspiring and unexpected. It should not scream that the space has been “designed,” but should have a natural sense to it. It should feel like a sanctuary and a haven.
Our design sensibility is clean, crisp and intentionally minimal. We mix modern with antique with expensive, and inexpensive, with European and Asian, and so on. We edit out the noise to create environments that are calming and set the stage for living, while providing a backdrop for a beautifully curated experience made up of books, art, furniture and objects.
I grew up in a world of design and art. I was surrounded by it, devoured it, voraciously consumed it from an early age. I was constantly designing and constructing models of buildings as a kid, I was always a designer, an artist and a collector. I bought my first piece of art at the age of 14, a Robert Motherwell print and it never stopped. My mother was an interior designer (as was my sister Nancy), so I it became part of my DNA early. So after a long career in advertising, I am now working in architectural design space. It comes very naturally to me and while I was making ads all those years I designed and executed 10+ projects on my own for personal and investment purposes.
23 Chestnut Street Salem, Massachusetts 01970 206.412.3334