An avid art collector, our client owned an extensive collection of pieces that needed showcasing throughout the condo. We placed each piece carefully while also leaving wall space for future additions in his growing collection.
In one living space, we repurposed a large stone table that our client had used in his previous dining room. We topped it with a stone Buddha statue he had kept in his old garden, though we preserved its patina of grime and moss in order to give the space a more natural, earthy feel.
We reimagined what was designed as the condo’s third interior bedroom as a new den space. We considered a number of layouts to accommodate the room’s unusual shape before anchoring it with a custom sectional sofa that created a dedicated place for rest and relaxation.
Finally, the condo featured a small patio facing the Atlanta skyline. Keeping with a simple, monochromatic color palette, we added a set of patio furniture to give our client a quiet space to sit and take in the views.
We love any opportunity we get to integrate original artwork into a design, and this project provided several. With thoughtful design and attention to detail, we were proud to make our client feel right at home in his new condo.