Tucker and Marks is all about the details. The table settings showed just how perfectly adept they are at making every detail count. I loved the various shades of amethyst, aubergine, and wine on the Hurricane , succulent centerpiece, crystal and sea urchin shells. Delicious!
And what deserves just as much attention as anything else? Why....the bar! The casual console was festively turned out with all of the essentials, and accented with the "Horny" bronze lamp from Blackman Cruz (didn't I tell you they show up all over the place?!)
Designers Christopher Roy and Suzanne Tucker, as elegant and approachable as the lovely room they designed.
From the Dining Room, we headed to the Kitchen, which was designed by the design duo of Jennifer Hershon and Joann Harltey. Did I like it? YES! They combined different wood tones and paint colors is such an original way. It was modern and at the same time befitted a traditional home so well with it's rustic metal accents and freestanding range.
I loved the custom shelving above the island, the thick Caesarstone counter tops, and the stainless farmhouse sink.
The combination of wood cabinetry mixed with the putty colored painted cabinets was unpredictable and very cool.
The cozy nook was tucked away next to a servant's staircase. As small as it was, it still held plenty of seating and extra storage under the banquette. Loved the vintage table base and the metal chandelier.
The bar next to the range had a custom made pedestal that was designed to compliment the nook table base. The stools are by Gulassa and have solid glass seats....truly breathtaking.
And here they are, the dynamic duo, Joann Hartley and Jennifer Hershon. The ladies are as cool as the spaces they design. Check them out HERE.
Truly....there are so many outstanding spaces at this year's Showcase, don't miss it if you are in the area. Click HERE for more information about tickets and hours and special events.