Our client, Blu and White Homes, has done it again. They’ve created an amazing environment for us to stage. This time, a modern interpretation of classic Spanish architecture and design. We jumped at the chance to stage this beauty and we’re so glad we did. In the living room, the Haven sofa has just the depth and natural linen coziness we needed for this larger-than-average room. A seagrass rug grounds the space, while swivel chairs in a subtle pattern stand up well to the sofa’s visual weight. Photos by Christopher Lee and Adam Taylor.
We love a large square cocktail table for impact in large rooms. Here we’ve styled it with oversized coffee table books and a brass knot. A fiddle leaf fig and a Chinese altar table fill out the opposite wall.
A view from the backyard reveals the indoor-outdoor living this home offers. The living room literally opens up to the outside and beckons easy-going summer life to happen. A side patio with lounge furniture features an outdoor fireplace.
A sculptural burnished brass lamp atop a vintage Chinese altar table with a casual stack of coffee table books below a large mirror reflecting another mirror over the fireplace, reflecting back on itself. So meta.
A scene from the master bedroom looking into the master bath, featuring an ARTOBrick floor tile. We kept the staging simple, elegant and restrained, with neutral tones and fresh whites.
Master bath staging is light and airy, with a spa-like feel. Plenty of bath sponges, makeup brushes and lotions, with a Turkish towel or two, make your bath a retreat from the stresses of modern life.
Loving this tub and everything around it! Spanish made modern for a new generation to appreciate.