1. When your clients have the desire for a new home that blends their very different tastes … you listen closely and then ask questions. I can summarize it like this: ranch livin’ is the life for him and she gets allergic smelling hay. Maybe it’s not quite the story of Eva Gabor on “Green Acres” but we had a tall order to deliver a glam and luxurious farmhouse with a little rustic flavor. Your toes sink into the luscious broadloom carpet. We used a local maker to construct the box beam and we left the hearth below the fireplace a raw concrete. The tufted chairs are from Vanguard Furniture.
2. Our intent in adding the warm neutral grasscloth wall covering in this bedroom was to accomplish several things. We wanted to provide some sound absorption for this large room and add a layer of luxury to the walls. The evening glow from the fireplace truly provides warmth as it lights up against the grasscloth instead of bouncing around white painted walls. We used Pacific Designs International – Shanghai Collection.
3. The one favorite item the homeowners wanted to bring into this room from their previous home was the leaning mirror. The owner’s suite is rather large, and we wanted to help open it up by placing the mirror opposite the bed and nightstands. The nightstands are from a favorite line of mine, Mr. & Mrs. Howard. With the light fixture, we wanted to blend rustic and glam, and this unique fixture fit the bill.
About Garrison Hullinger
A strategic thinker who understands the luxury market, Garrison Hullinger is founder and principal designer of Garrison Hullinger Interior Design. Whether residential, commercial or hospitality project, Hullinger knows how to scale without losing sight of the smallest and most impactful details.