The guest bedroom was designed with the Caribbean in mind. A banana leaf blanket and shams add a tropical feel to the space. Floating shelves were installed with books focused on local travel and restaurants for guests. Above the bed, a series of images from artist, Clare Elsaesser, adds more colorful notes to the room.
This unique wall art of old-world French scenes graces the walls of the Dining Room. This trio provides warmth and a spark of intensity to the light blue walls of this space. Also evident is a sense of triptych art.
An oversized custom headboard makes a bold statement in this rustic bedroom. Drawing the eye above the bed is a two-tiered chandelier and exposed wood beam ceiling, while a triptych work of art fills one of the walls, matching the grandeur of the space.
The art of Morocco accents this gold and silver bathroom mirror made of reworked metal and which presents artwork within its interior. The faint outline of palm trees that appear on royal blue walls is a dramatic touch.
The family room boasts a collection of vintage furniture, finds and artwork curated to reflect and meet the needs of this young, modern family. The triptych above the sofa, a product of one of the Stansell’s art installations, manages to bridge all of the room’s colors successfully. The 1970s settee was recovered from a barn and brought back to life with the brightly colored teal upholstery. Whitney’s current most prized possession is the Candice Greathouse photograph above the fireplace.