MANCHESTER NEW SPACE

ITS ALWAYS NICE WHEN A FINISHED PROJECT HAPPENS TO BE FOR MY HOUSE! THIS USED TO BE A SCREENED IN PORCH BUT WAS RECENTLY CONVERTED INTO A SECOND  TV ROOM. I WANTED THE ROOM TO FEEL WARM YET MAINTAIN THE COASTAL VIBE. I ALSO WANTED A SMOOTH TRANSITION INTO THE OUTDOOR SPACE WHERE WE HAVE A BLUESTONE TERRACE. AND ITS NOT A BIG ROOM, SO TRYING TO PROVIDE AMPLE SEATING WITHOUT LOOKING CROWDED WAS THE CHALLENGE. HERE ARE THE RESULTS:

I SCORED THE MIRROR FROM JD ON "SOUTHERN CHARM" FOR $5! I LOVE IT OVER MY GREAT GRANDFATHER'S STEAM TRUNK.

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RATHER THAN A CONSOLE UNDER THE TV, I OPTED FOR A PAIR OF BENCHES FOR EXTRA SEATING. THE TV COMPONENTS ARE HIDDEN IN THE NEIGHBORING BOOKCASE.

APRIL'S DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT-THANKS TRITTER FEEFER!!!

TRITTER FEEFER DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT

 This month, we're featuring the bright, art-inspired spaces designed by Lucy Williams Interiors of Norfolk, Virginia.

Renowned Southern interior designer, Lucy Williams, is recognized for the bright, welcoming spaces she creates. For the dining room above, which is her own home, Williams says, "We live on the water which inspired the color scheme for my house. Since we have a wall of windows, I wanted to bring the outdoors in. The Tritter Feefer pieces really capture the casual but elegant look that I was after."    Our classic Baluster dining table in St Moritz finish is the centerpiece of this space.

Renowned Southern interior designer, Lucy Williams, is recognized for the bright, welcoming spaces she creates. For the dining room above, which is her own home, Williams says, "We live on the water which inspired the color scheme for my house. Since we have a wall of windows, I wanted to bring the outdoors in. The Tritter Feefer pieces really capture the casual but elegant look that I was after." 

 

Our classic Baluster dining table in St Moritz finish is the centerpiece of this space.

"I've kept the walls neutral using grays, tans, whites and off-whites. I selected painted furniture, raw woods and grasscloths to keep it light and casual," Williams says.    The artist-turned designer comments that her interiors are heavily influenced by the art she selects and very often creates. "I always let the art dictate the color scheme of the space. I have a habit of choosing neutral fabrics for big upholstered pieces because I don't want anything to compete with the art, especially if its the focal point of the room. I'm all for maximizing the potential of the decor around a great painting!"   Our Gussie demilune is a perfect fit along the angled wall in this seating arrangement.

"I've kept the walls neutral using grays, tans, whites and off-whites. I selected painted furniture, raw woods and grasscloths to keep it light and casual," Williams says. 

 

The artist-turned designer comments that her interiors are heavily influenced by the art she selects and very often creates. "I always let the art dictate the color scheme of the space. I have a habit of choosing neutral fabrics for big upholstered pieces because I don't want anything to compete with the art, especially if its the focal point of the room. I'm all for maximizing the potential of the decor around a great painting!"

 

Our Gussie demilune is a perfect fit along the angled wall in this seating arrangement.

For this client's home, which will be featured in the 2017 Virginia Garden Tour, Williams skillfully blended newer pieces with antiques and traditional architectural elements. "Because I use mostly new furnishings, Tritter Feefer's finishes and styles don't scream 'new' - very important to me."    On working with Tritter Feefer, Williams says, "I love Tritter Feefer! It's an easy sell to my clients not only because of their updated traditional and transitional styles, but also Tritter Feefer caters to the perfect look for my coastal living aesthetic. Most importantly, Tritter Feefer's quality is top notch. You get what you pay for and I highly value knowing I am providing the best to my clients."   Williams chose our Helga buffet to step in as an elegant media console that also provides valuable storage in this family room.

For this client's home, which will be featured in the 2017 Virginia Garden Tour, Williams skillfully blended newer pieces with antiques and traditional architectural elements.

"Because I use mostly new furnishings, Tritter Feefer's finishes and styles don't scream 'new' - very important to me." 

 

On working with Tritter Feefer, Williams says, "I love Tritter Feefer! It's an easy sell to my clients not only because of their updated traditional and transitional styles, but also Tritter Feefer caters to the perfect look for my coastal living aesthetic. Most importantly, Tritter Feefer's quality is top notch. You get what you pay for and I highly value knowing I am providing the best to my clients."

 

Williams chose our Helga buffet to step in as an elegant media console that also provides valuable storage in this family room.