Art Deco meets old Hollywood glamour as our partnership with Carol Debear and Kristin Damle of Debear Designs brought to life a bold dining space at the first "Designer Show house on the Green," hosted by our friends at Connecticut Cottages and Gardens. Built in 1834, the transformation of this beautiful historical home in Fairfield, CT took 20 top interior designers who designed and renovated 18 different spaces throughout the home.
We partnered with Carol to create custom mirrors of antiqued glass enclosed by rich brown frames that were designed to enhance the lucite bar, transporting you to the smoke filled bars and classic elegance of the art nouveau period. "J. Pocker was the perfect partner for our Art Deco inspired room! The three pieces of art gave the room an added dimension against the dramatic Lotus wallcovering by Farrow & Ball." Incorporating Baccarat's signature red as a jewel toned accent, Carol used a neutral palette of classic tans and subtle prints to help anchor the rectangular space.
The Show House benefits Operation Hope and St. Paul's Episcopal Church, whose Food Pantry provides over 150,000 meals a year. The charity's Affordable Housing program provides permanent rental housing for homeless families and individuals, and offers shelter each evening to men, women and families 365 days a year. We always enjoy working with local talent to help benefit these outstanding organizations.
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