"I do think green is making a comeback" says Boston designer Honey Collins of this tranquil bedroom whose tailored canopy bed and hand-painted fabric on the duvet cover and upholstered chair bring a sense of luxury to the space.
As the nights get colder, winterberries lose their leaves, says Prescott, and Stargazer Barn starts to harvest the berry-laden branches. Birds love to feast on the berries in the field, he says, and black bears that roam in the mountains where the plants are grown often knock down fences to dine on them, too.
Bright's mother has served on the board of Charleston's annual Spoleto festival and as a result, says Allison, "he was brought up in a house that was filled with art." The Williamsons like to buy artwork when they travel and, of course, support the artists at Charleston Artist Collective by displaying their art in the Williamson home so their collection is a combination of traditional and more contemporary work.
This beautiful home, called the Caterpillar House, sits amidst the rolling hills of Carmel, California. Feldman Architecture designed it to blend gracefully with its surroundings and be environmentally conscious.