To decorate the space and make the new structure the home of their dreams, they enlisted designer, Mary Beth Paulson with Landor Interior Design.
Here are the lovely results...
|Family Room with Arteriors Sputnik chandelier in gold.|
|The ottoman's are covered in a geometric fabric by Kravet.|
|The black coffee table found in our showroom was a perfect fit for this large space.|
|Velvet quilted fabric by Thibaut.|
|Mary Beth & Josie decided on this Stanton wool sisal due to its softness and ability to clean.|
|The three pendants are from Hudson Valley.|
|Pillows are custom, and the fabric is by Scalamandre (Bamboo Grove).|
|I adore this Cole & Son paper in the half bath above & below.|
The chandelier is by Currey & Co.
|Master Closet (above & below) has a vanity with lambskin stool.|
There are several things I love about the study. The color, for one. The walls are painted a rich gray by Benjamin Moore (Kendall Charcoal). Second, the unique torches on either side of the sofa. Third, the blend of traditional and contemporary touches. I love family portraits. The one above the sofa is of Will's great grandfather, from England.
|A red Currey & Co. lantern hangs in the center of the room and adds color||.|
|Visual Comfort library lamps are placed over the bookcases, adding character and light.|
|Geometric stair runner by Stanton.|
|Above and below is the kids playroom with a fun, patterned carpet by Milliken.|
|The Map Fixtures were a great find from Form & Function.|
|I love these adorable bunk beds off the playroom. What a fun place for a sleepover.|
|I am a huge believer that good art work can make a room. This makes my point.|
|The Designer, Mary Beth Paulson (left) with her client, Josie Tattersall.|
Mary Beth Paulson also owns House Of Landor specializing in designer vintage clothing.
You can reach her online via Facebook, Instagram, Etsy or call (919-605-0982).