Shades of Green
The existing paneling in this library was a little too conventional for the exotic tastes of these clients. But a love of books and a desire to keep destruction to a minimum (for environmental as well as quality of life reasons), made keeping the builder-grade cabinets a given, but not a compromise.
Cool Kids Space
To create the experience of camping outdoors for three brothers under 11, Wright Design started with a palette of natural tones- sky blue for the ceiling and browns and greys for the pebble patterned, custom wool rug. Then we added a set of double bunk beds, made from reclaimed wood, painted with milk paint, and fashioned to resemble a tree.
Normandy Farm Restoration
Getting rid of the cow in what would become the master bedroom was the first step. Then there was the matter of removing the small tree growing out of the dirt in the living room. That's how dilapidated the main house was when the owner started the project. Huge timber joists were restored one by one, and now articulate the ceilings in several rooms.
Point Lobos Spec House
The site for this spec house is a hillside overlooking the Monterey Bay, in Northern California. Wright Design was selected as a member of the design team to specify the interior finishes that would compliment and complete the architect's and client's vision.
Natural materials artistically fashioned define this office makeover. An art furniture desk by Kent Townsend was the first item selected by the art-loving, eco-conscious attorney.
A complete green restoration of this charming Kennett Square farmhouse was already well underway when Wright Design came on board to help with some finishing touches.
Given that wellness is the goal of this yoga/fitness center, it made sense to carry the concept into the design of the space. In a place where the emphasis is on breathing, the owners of these innovative fitness centers wanted to make sure that the indoor air quality of their newest facility, post build-out, would be healthy and revitalizing.