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Bedford Estate Design

Bedford Estate Design

This couple with a young family and their parents will move from their modest city apartment to this spacious 10,000 square ft. Bedford Estate. The draw to this particular home was its European architectural details…

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We just finished Phase 1 of this gorgeous Bedford Estate project! This couple with a young family and their parents will move from their modest city apartment to this spacious 10,000 square ft. Bedford home. The draw to this particular property was its European architectural details, such as interior arches and columns, that resonated with the family originally from Russia.

In preparing for the digital floor plans, we reviewed photos of traditional Russian interiors to understand how culture will play a role into their furniture layouts and selections. It was all so fascinating! For example, in the 1500 square foot Living Room, separate conversations areas will be set up for family and guests to have separate quiet conversations, keeping the large space less cavernous and more intimate. The Family Room will have a large screen TV, but it will not be the room’s focal point. Separate seating areas on either side of the rectangular room will be laid out, leaving the rug in the center room exposed and without furniture. This is a common European layout, one that highlights the beauty of the handmade rug, and allows for the children to play together in the center of the room.

Stay tuned for Phase 2 which will include furniture selection, accessories and window treatments. In the meanwhile the happy clients commented on their positive experience with us through Phase 1. Read Testimonial

Oct. Design Newsletter, 2022

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Aug-Sept. Design Newsletter, 2022

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June Design Newsletter, 2022

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KBIS/IBS 2022, Part 2

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The Kitchen & Bath Show (KBIS), combined with the International Builder Show (IBS) was the place to be in Orlando, Florida last week. Well attended and filled with stunning solutions, the obvious focus was on COLOR in the home!

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The common element throughout is good design. There’s always a reason why an element is chosen for a certain place, whether it’s a colorful painting in a room or a specific fabric on a chair. There’s also a functionality to every item that is unique to each project’s solution. It’s sort of like an oversized jigsaw puzzle with a place and reason for each piece.

“Your rooms are like a painting. Each component is a brushstroke to create the whole picture. It’s magic every time!”