THE NEW LIGHTHOUSE INTERIORS


First and foremost  Bridget and I would like to thank our clients, vendors, reps, and friends and family for attending the opening of our new boutique showroom and design studio. Your support means so much to us and we are thrilled to have shared such a special evening with you all.  Over the last six weeks we have worked diligently to transform the space into a warm and inviting showroom.  We immediately started to curate a furniture and accessory collection that was fresh, classic and clean while still reflecting our coastal influence and eclectic nature.  We followed one simple philosophy – buy what you LOVE and somehow everything will fall into place.  

This philosophy has resulted in our iconic white slip covered upholstery, dark mahogany wood pieces, and graphic and textured prints in all shades of aqua and blue. We love to mix metal finishes from antique brass to polished nickel and have done so throughout our accessories and lighting.  We have a strong representation of natural materials from the sisal flooring to our favorite Phillip Jeffries grasscloth wall covering.

Another important factor that is key in every home is task lighting. We have gone to great lengths to place candles, lamp lighting, chandeliers, sconces and floor lamps throughout the showroom and design studio.  

We are very excite to feature original works from the renowned Florida landscape artist Peter Pettigrew, local talent Daniel Caldwell and silk painter Virginia Wilson.    Among our favorite interior details are a collection of wonderfully vintage pieces from lacquered wing chairs to antique chests and fabulous Murano glass.

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  • Marsha December 5, 2012, 3:55 pm

    Thank you for sharing your exquisite opening with me. Best love, Marsha

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  • Rene Mahfood December 5, 2012, 9:11 pm

    It was so refreshing to see such a beautiful, warm space that was elegantly appointed. Just stunning showroom. Congratuations!

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  • Bev Bryant February 16, 2014, 11:11 am

    Cool to see the pic of the stire and hope to get back down soon! Fabulous work you are doing…as always!

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