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Sunday, September 14, 2014
The Purist Interior Designer
I have a fascinating couple my company is working with on a modern new build. They are purists to the core, and I'm really learning a lot from their sophisticated eye. Many would look at their finishes and complain it's too boring, but as I think about the finished product, I understand how clean the space will feel. It's a funny thing that they are educating me, as much as I am educating them. I have just never been apart of such a simple, timeless look. Below are scenes similar to the ones we will be creating for our client. It truly is about symmetry and restraint.