2017 was quite a year. Despite all the drama, trauma and homegrown insanity in the world – there was plenty of good to celebrate at Huntley & Co. Leave it to design to keep our spirits up. We’re looking back at a great year and looking ahead to even bigger and better things in the 12 months to come. Stay tuned!
– Traditional Home Designer Panel –
I talked design, business and keepin’ it real with Traditional Home at the Washington Design Center’s Spring Market. Sharing the stage with 3 smart, sassy blondes – Tori Mellott, Liz Levin and Maria Crosby – was a treat. #blondedesignmafia
Photos by © 2017 Kaz Sasahara (www.lancerphotography.com). All rights reserved.
– Washingtonian –
Our petite pied-a-terre project at The Montrose was featured in Washingtonian magazine’s March issue.
– Bethesda Installation –
We redesigned and installed a family room in Maryland for one of our most beloved clients. We had completed the majority of the house previously and have always enjoyed collaborating with the husband and wife. The room had great bones, so we changed up the finishes and furnishings to complement its geometry and lift its spirit. It lost it’s rigidity (thanks to plenty of sinuous shapes) and now has a healthy dose of verve.
– House Beautiful –
I shared a favorite shade of green in House Beautiful‘s June COLOR section. Bonsai Tint is the perfect summer hue.
– NOLA –
In September I traveled to New Orleans for a design-filled weekend hosted by native Gretchen Everett. We toured incredible homes, visited all the best antique stores, and of course, ate and imbibed. It was fantastic! The intimate view of New Orleans’ beauty and lifestyle had me seriously considering a move to The Big Easy.
Featured Above: Ann Koerner Antiques, Appartique, Balzac Antiques, Bremermann Designs, Hope Goldman Meyer, Katie Koch Home, Marion Cage and Kevin Stone Antiques.
– The Celine in AD –
My Celine Pendant for Ironware International was included in Architectural Digest’s list of things worth coveting. Thank you AD – I’m a fan too! ; )
Photo c/o architecturaldigest.com
I hope the holidays treated you well and you are excited to tackle the year ahead!
** all photos in this post are my own unless noted as otherwise