Our design and complete interior renovation in Society Hill receives props in the April 2019 issue of Philadelphia Magazine. Dubbed “House Cool” by the magazine, this project involved stripping a traditional Philadelphia row home down to the studs to transform it into a fusion of fine craft, spirited whimsy, and continental sensibility. Pick up a copy of Philadelphia Magazine and check out this stunning project!
We are in AD! Our renovation in Society Hill is featured in Architectural Digest’s Web-Exclusive Home Tour. Honored, humbled, thrilled. This gem of a project transforms a traditional Philadelphia row home into the modern ideal of urban living. What began as an office update turned into a full gut renovation, complete with a marble and brass single pivot front door that prepares guests for the design journey that lies within. Bespoke elements include a marble and brass partition wall, a unique glass and metal butler’s pantry/wine room, and an intricate brass and glass staircase that functions as both circulation space and a light well. See photos and AD’s write-up of the project here.
We are pleased to be featured by the Business of Home as a contributor to Philadelphia’s red hot design scene. Inspired by Philadelphia’s rich history of makers, the art and design community in Philadelphia has seen significant growth over the last decade. It allows us as designers to source from local craftspeople to make each project unique and personal. Read the full article here.
Check out Mona’s feature on Adorno. Formed in 2012 with its eye on interior design, Adorno Magazine offers original, engaging articles and stunning photography from world-class designers, artists, stylists and chefs. Adorno features the latest in home design, exclusive shopping, culinary talent and inspired art from around the globe.
Adorno interviewed Mona for its Five on Fridays column. Mona talks about what drives her as she creates uniquely classic, yet contemporary designs laced with layered textiles and the perfect punch of color.
After the long, dreary winter many of us have endured, there seems to be a collective gravitational pull in the direction of all things bright, sunny, and cheery. Our homes are no exception. What better way to do that than with flowers?
See more of Mona’s comments on the rebirth of floral in our homes at Matouk’s blog, “The Thread.”