The living room is a combination of the client's collections, new pieces and antiques. The floor lamps add history and a weathered patina; they were crafted from reclaimed architectural pieces. These lamps, the chairs and the old train-cart coffee table were purchased through South of Market.
The trim on the light fixture picks up on the sideboard's light green hue. It was designed by Williams and custom made through Jerry Pair. The main fabric is Hable Construction's Chocolate Dots; the ribbon trim is by Samuel and Sons.
Would you believe that these kitchen counters are teal Corian underneath? Williams had them treated with a special paint finish to look like limestone. She also had some of the upper cabinet doors removed to create open shelving.
The headboard was fashioned from an old door, and the basket overhead is an old tobacco basket. "I love its sculptural quality," Williams says.
Williams found the drabware and finials at The Scott Antique Markets and the wooden chair and painted chest were found at some of her favorite antique stores.
Williams' design results in a feeling of sophisticated yet relaxed comfort, where her clients can unwind and feel at home with their favorite things around them.