A young couple had a growing family and with it came growing needs- including a townhouse interior design. And so they hired KCD. We listened, we understood, and then we started designing. We created a home– European in flavor and sensibility, yet, cleanly and minimally modern. And because the client are avid art collectors, we approached the project as “designer as curator.” Meaning? We curated the interiors as we would curate a collection, designing a “home as gallery space.” The result? A design perfectly crafted to showcase the family’s taste, as well as their appreciation of culture and beauty
We paid attention to every possible detail. Light switches and plugs were made completely flush to the wall to avoid distraction. Our clients wanted a space that was warm and live-able, but still focused on the beauty of the art and gallery like design. The kids rooms were the perfect spot to incorporate a bit more whimsy and color. Although our clients were avid collectors, we were able to find them some really special pieces to add to the girls’ rooms that they had never seen before. The rest of the house remained refined yet charming with accents of eccentric pieces, such as the infamous Johannes Albers giant pens as seen in the dining room.