It was SO satisfying to finish the interiors at SALT MARSH.
Over 3 days, we teamed with our valued partners to install remaining
furniture, wall + window treatments, and art.
Then, we styled in a mix of luxe and natural accessories to complete
the relaxed, barefoot vibe of this home.
Some behind-the-scenes snapshots:
Days like these are always hard work and require serious project management (thank you, Kelly!).
The reward is in the final result, and the delight of our clients.
Soon, I will share a preview of our shoot day with talented photographer Michael J. Lee.
Special thanks to:
Acorn Design Center
Concord Lamp & Shade
Designer Services, Inc.
Jack + Toba
Manning's Cabinet shop
Red Bird Trading
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Summer memories linger as we cozy up to Fall...
I snapped this preview of the living room nook as we finalized the finishing touches at Salt Marsh.
I admit to a great fondness for window seats.
But they take a bit of planning to make them truly comfortable.
SECRETS OF A COMFY WINDOW SEAT
Many window seats look nice, but are too shallow to actually enjoy.
This seat is BIG. At one twin mattress wide by two long, it's designed for serious lounging, and extra overnight guests.
The angle of back support is key, whether built-in or from luxurious pillows.
I find that 18-20" off the floor, including the seat cushion, is best.
Window sill height relative to seat should be considered for enjoying the view.
Personal preference matters. Choose a plump down-filled seat or a firmer wrapped cushion.
This version is a gorgeous French mattress.
Thank you to all who helped bring this corner of the design plan to life:
Built-in drawer base - Wilkins Construction
Custom sail shades - Acorn Design Center
Pillows - Lisa Tharp Collection, Red Bird Trading
French Mattress - Susan's Workroom
"Tide Turning" oil painting by Arnold Desmarais - Powers Gallery
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