Before the transformation this home was heavy traditional with a prolific use of European antiques. The furniture and art in the ample living room were under-scaled and lacking in cohesion.
Clean lines and a neutral palette were introduced. Obelisk Home outfitted the entire living room with large comfortable furnishings in soothing grays, creams and reclaimed woods. A large library cabinet balanced the fireplace and was filled with antique books and the client’s aviary collectibles. A long reclaimed pine console was placed in front of a bank of windows drawing attention to the beautiful patio. The client’s antique breakfast table used as an end table was the pivot point between the two styles. Original art with pastoral themes breathed much needed color and energy into the space.
Obelisk Home, and in particular, Nathan Taylor is extremely and uniquely talented in the area of Interior Design and Decor’. When Nathan did our home he was under a tremendous time crunch and took one brief look around, left to study on it, and within a couple of days had three rooms of fabrics, furniture, and accessories ready for me to look at for approval. The entire project was finished in less than six weeks and it is fabulous. We get compliments every time someone walks through the door. Nathan will definitely be invited back for our next design project.
Thank you Obelisk Home …. And thank you Nathan Taylor.