Design,  Interiors,  Residential


Haven’t we all been waiting for summer for much much too long?  Thankfully, it is FINALLY here.  It doesn’t get much better than long days and warm nights.  All the good things that come with this season can influence summer style.  Whether it’s the colors and textures of nature, the laidback vibe of the beach (lake, cabin, etc.) or the excitement of family get-together’s and lively parties.  Whatever it is for you, dial-up your decor this year and have some fun with it — summer looks best when its chic and joyful.

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striped roman shade by Huntley & Co.Guest bedroom light fixture at chez HuntleyHuntley & Co. Bay Ridge project

Window treatment detail by Huntley & Co. on Kent IslandTricia Huntley reflected in a Georgetown shop mirrorart by Fenella Elms

(top) Stripes are a summer classic; Am anemone-inspired light fixture; A pair of outdoor wingchairs look out on the bay at our Annapolis project.

(bottom) Drapery hardware are like mini boat cleats; TH discovers an oyster shell mirror; Fenella Elms‘ porcelain clay artworks have wavelike movement.


Tricia Huntley's R&Y Augousti shagreen boxSunroom designed by Huntley & Co.Pillows in a Manhattan bedroom by Huntley & Co. Interior Design

a rope tieback Huntley & Co. found for a Florida projectDining area in a Huntley & Co. 3-season porchDelray Beach master bath lighting by Huntley & Co.

(top) Chic and timeless shagreen; A shell-embedded tabletop and Janus et Cie armchair sit near a Bethesda pool; We like crisp blue-and-white as an accent, especially on antique china and fabric (like Fortuny!).

(bottom) A nautically reminiscent tieback; An Arlington screened porch is the perfect spot for summer mornings; A clamshell-esque bowl pendant uplights a master bath.


Huntley & Co. Delray Beach projectHuntley & Co. installed blush colored drapes with Kelly Wearstler trimA custom Huntley & Co. banquette in a woven yellow trellis outdoor fabric

Iatesta Tole Flora sconce in a showhouse by Tricia HuntleyA custom TV cabinet designed by Tricia HuntleyWaterworks mosaic floor in a Florida foyer

(top) Modern lounging on a Delray Beach veranda; A wavy trim detail on drapes; Juicy yellow and chartreuse are as summery as lemonade

(bottom) Iatesta’s tole flora sconce looks like palm fronds; White oak and linen are perfect materials for a beach house; A custom Waterworks floor with inset wave and dot motif .


Happy summering from @huntleycodesign!

tricia huntley

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