When our client came to us, life had thrown her a few lemons. It was our job to make the lemonade. Tasked with creating a getaway, this was no time for quiet solitude. Times like these call for a serious injection of life—colors, touchable textures, natural elements and afternoon-nap worthy upholstered pieces that all provide a cocoon for winding down.
Situated on a long winding road in the Jackson Hole backcountry, the cabin interiors started out on the bad side of rustic. We transformed them with graphic prints, bright colors, witty artwork, touchable textures and ultra-cool accessories.
Fabrics from Pierre Frey and Zoffany lend sophistication, while wild Moroccan rugs from David Adler and Madeline Weinrib create playful sink-your-toes-in moments. Punchy window treatments provide texture and movement for the eye, and a series of side tables from Made Goods, Bradley, Tucker Robbins, Currey & Company and BDDW are anything but typical.
The master suite is a study in balance—girly without veering too close to “man repeller” sweet. The depth of the acid-green floral Elitis “Opulence” wallpaper requires that the rest of the room be steeped in calm with solid fabrics and layered neutrals. A dusty pink herringbone wool daybed keeps the room from floating away on pastels, fluffy pillows, and dainty furniture.
Achieving a fine balance between feminine and masculine, smooth surfaces and texture and modern meets classic is a line we love to tread. They key is to know exactly when enough is enough…then add a tiny more.