Ritz Carlton, No. 3

 
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Working with Katie was an absolute joy! She took my vision of light, neutral, sophisticated and turned it into a home that we love. There is nothing boring about our neutral palate as Katie made every room special. From the ceiling in our bedroom to the mural on our dining room walls. She listened to what we wanted to achieve and executed it to perfection!
— Cindy, Homeowner
 

Problem: Our clients were empty nesters and decided to move from their large country home into the city to add fun into their life. They had quite a few wood pieces they wanted to reuse (including their dining room set), but didn’t want to heaviness their old home had.

Solution: Hello soft sophistication! By mixing their pieces with furniture that was still traditional, but with cleaner lines, it makes for a fresh look. Nothing is over designed or overfilled. We hooked them up with antique and vintage pieces (even took a fun gals shopping trip to Houston) to warm up the architecture of the condo.