A marriage of the old with the new, the traditional with the modern, the avant-garde with the subtle, creating contrasting points of view that all seem to work together. It takes everything that you thought that you knew about design and turns it upside down.
Suddenly, A Study in Contrast is born.
A French Country dining table paired with Eames chairs, octagonal wood floors accented with herringbone tiles, a traditional chandelier hanging in a stark modern kitchen – the rules are that there aren’t any and somehow it all works.
And it is fabulous.