Live your Style! Three distinct interior design styles: Glamorous, Scandinavian, and Bohemian. What’s your style?
Our GLAM style is a modern twist on the lavish style of the upper east side, with a hint of the roaring 20s. Large format marble finishes, brass fixtures, vertical grain cabinetry, bold and sexy details — high style and shine.
GLAM is a glamorous aesthetic for those who fancy a little sparkle in their lives—fascinatingly attractive in a mysterious and magical way. Full of excitement, adventure, and unusual activity.
For those who love to throw a good cocktail party, GLAM is the style for you. Do you know how to make a classic Manhattan? Do you throw chic cocktail parties? Do you live in Italian shoes and sequin dresses? Do you know how to make an entrance?
GLAM for the bold and beautiful!
The SCAN style is inspired by a design movement characterized by simplicity, minimalism and functionality that emerged in the early 20th century and has flourished in the Nordic countries. Functionalist design. SCAN is light and bright, minimal, clean with geometric details.
Scandinavian design is for the modern minimalist. A clean monochromatic pallet of colors and finishes with a hint of geometry to keep it from being boring, because you’re anything but boring.
You want a perfect home for your favorite mid-century pieces — your Arne Jacobson chair or Mies van der Rohe table.
For the neat and tidy, for the people who need clean white space to think, study, and imagine — SCAN design is for you.
Bohemianism is the practice of an unconventional lifestyle. Often it refers to musical, artistic, and spiritual pursuits.
Our BOHO-inspired design incorporates natural and organic elements such as knotty hickory cabinetry and handmade tiles. It’s our own spin on the popular modern farmhouse, and an homage to Mother Nature. Texture abounds!
Your style is bare feet and flowing cotton dresses, worn jeans and white tees; a good craft beer, an acoustic guitar on a summer’s day. BOHO is for the dreamers, nature lovers, and those who appreciate craftmanship in all its forms.