Putting the ‘U’ in Custom

One of my favorite parts about creating custom home designs is personalizing living spaces to reflect my clients’ lifestyle, passions and hobbies. Whether I’m working with a fine art collector to design a chic Honolulu high-rise condo or an avid hunter and outdoorsman to design a beautiful backwoods mountain home, there is always a way to gracefully incorporate personality.

For this home design project, I had a custom media center designed to hold my client’s collection of sculptures. The custom art cases are even complete with display lights. As Vicente Wolf says, when it comes to incorporating art, “Good lighting is crucial.

Another custom media center I had designed for a home design project created the perfect platform to display my client’s colorful glass art collection. I love the energetic color accents it adds to the space.

For this client, I was challenged to come up with a design that incorporates a multitude of fine art from glass sculptures to large-scale paintings. The key was to create a design that focused on textures while a serene, neutral palette allowed the colors of the artwork to really shine.

Who ever thought a canoe could look so good? This decoration was no easy feat to install, but it was definitely worth the final results. The client loved the rugged touch it added to their rustic mountain home.

 
In another mountain home design, I enlisted the help of a lighting fixture artisan to craft these snowshoe sconces. They were the perfect touch to this rustic powder room with natural stone and wood vanity.

No matter what your design aesthetic, lifestyle and passions, my award-winning design team can help you to achieve a home custom designed to reflect what you love most. Contact Paula Berg Design Associates to schedule your design consultation today.

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