While it’s hard to pinpoint a certain “style” among the number of showrooms we visit in Highpoint, you begin to see trends emerge throughout the market that are the common factor of where the next phase of design is heading. This spring there were lots of things that stood out that I’ll highlight in future posts, but one major unifying look was the use of wood and natural materials in furniture finishes. Although it will always be around in our area, the grey-ish tones are slowly taking a backseat to more dark warm woods and natural brown finishes. We loved the modern lines and chunky rustic woods that dominated showrooms across the board. Take a look at some of these pieces that were our favorites!
If you’re scared of designing with color– I’ll save you some time …. stop reading now. The bold, beautiful colors in the Century Highpoint showroom were show-stoppingly AMAZING! Lots of rich jewel tones mixed with basic whites and neutrals. It presented such a great look mixed with classic design elements and classic lines. Our favorite look (and heading to our showroom, of course) were the rich aqua blues and emerald greens that are such a staple in our area.
Look at these beautiful shots of the Hickory Chair showroom in Highpoint… lots of blush, neutral tones and natural elements. And oh yeah, that WALLPAPER !!!
The best day of our lives! I became Mrs. Cannon, and couldn’t be happier to share this crazy thing called life with my new husband! Our wedding was everything we envisioned, and we had an amazing team to make it all happen! We didn’t let a little Tropical Storm Nate ruin our fun! Enjoy these beautiful pics courtesy of Dear Wesleyann! There are so many beautiful ones, I had a hard time choosing which to share!
CHEERS TO MANY MORE YEARS!
Wedding Planner: Jamie McDowell, Fancy Events
Hair: Johnathan Doria, Doria Hair
Makeup: Yvette Nation, The Perfect Makeup
Dress: Casablanca Bridal, Simply Elegant
Cake: Rhonda Joodi, Confections on the Coast
Florals and Decor: Sally LaCourse, Florals by the Sea
Venue and Catering: The Vue, Santa Rosa Golf and Beach Club
Band: Jacob Mohr Band
Invitations: Crane Paper, William Arthur, The Paper Place
Photography: Wesleyann Moffatt, Dear Wesleyann
When the job site views from my latest project in Grayton Beach look like this, you know it’s going to be a good one! I’m excited to be working on this Geoff Chick-designed home with Susan and Brooke.
We’ve started with the best part– TILE! Lots of natural tiles with glass elements and a soft coastal color palette! Can’t wait to see this end product– it’s going to be a beauty!
When your client says “I want color”, you give them COLOR! Karen Kerns and I recently completed this third floor condo for some fabulous owners at The Viridian in Santa Rosa Beach. With expansive balconies facing the gorgeous gulf and walls of windows, we wanted to amplify the space with a color palette that reflects the calming blue-greens of the gulf waters to the bold red-oranges of our Emerald Coast sunsets. We used Lee Industries upholstery in Sunbrella fabrics for durability, Henredon leather, Old Biscayne pop-up TV console, Vanguard dining table, and a show-stopping Viz Glass light fixture. The end result was a condo that the owners can’t help but invite friends over for a glass of wine to enjoy the sunset!