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Summer Sizzle in Fritz Porter's Atelier

So...it has been one whirlwind of a summer.  While we are getting our new Charleston design office and Belle&Burl settled in to their new spaces we decided to add a little more excitement to our summer!

Partnering with Roderick Coles of The Curious Orange Store we tackled one of the design industry's hottest new destinations Fritz Porter's Atelier space.  Take a look at our labor or love and check some fun photos from our launch party.  A huge thank you to Kate Thornton for her beautiful images.

 

In love with the way our custom Donghia shades look on the killer midcentury lucite lamps....

Concrete studies by Roderick Coles are the perfect quad for any wall....

Our Gallery Wall installation is calm, cool and collected....

My favorite pair of lamps EVER.... Italian and midcentury - the perfect combination.

Abby Kasonik's gorgeous painting flanked by Juan Lamarca's  incredible photography takes my breath away...

Thank you to Harvest Catering for the perfect summer drinks and delectable hors d'oeuvres.

Belle&Burl's Hampstead table in Black Walnut is a must see!

One of the best things I have ever tasted...Harvest Catering's Scallop Ceviche and Watermelon Gazpacho..

Loved seeing the amazing crew from Fine Rugs of Charleston and Terry Stephenson of Juxtaposition Home & Garden

More lovelies from Harvest Catering .....

Colleen Uecke and Lexie Webb of Harvest Catering 

 

Tune in this weekend to get more details on all of our Fritz Porter Inventory - why I love them and where to use them....

http://fritzporter.com/atelier-ryland-witt-the-curious-orange-shop/

Fritz Porter, The Atelier and The Curious Orange Store Oh My!

We are thrilled to announce that we will be partnering with Roderick Coles and The Curious Orange Store this July in the one and only Fritz Porter located in The Cigar Factory in Charleston, SC.  

House Beautiful

I am so thrilled and honored to have been named a House Beautiful "Next Wave Designer" in the June 2016 Issue out now.  Tune in for some behind the scenes shots and details of all of our House Beautiful article.
It was so surreal to have my photograph taken surrounded by the people and pieces that are so near and dear to my heart.  I love showing the world how the sleek, industrial feel of the DineAirs with pretty, timeless design is the PERFECT mix.  And let's face it- it's all about the mix.  

Happy Weekend!

 

 

 

 

The Latest and The Greatest

All I have wanted to do in 2016 is get on the Blog and start shouting from the lines about all of the amazing things we have going on this year.  But between the 7,000 miles I have already driven in 2016, two adorable children, several gorgeous projects, a fleet of airstreams, and designs that keep my little head up at night- I have been slightly preoccupied.

So to smooth things over- here are a few sneak peeks of our latest adventure with Ryan Jurrius and our on going love affair with the Low Country.  Thank you to the AMAZING Banner Adams for her beautiful images....they are perfect!

Riveting Renovation

We have called this project our "Dream Team" job.  We worked with the most amazing builder Tony Pitts  and architect John Voight.  Together we took a mid-century rancher that had lost its purpose and redesigned the interior layout to be the ultimate home for entertaining, and connecting the outdoor spaces to the interior spaces giving it the perfect flow.  Our amazing clients took a leap of faith with us when they purchased this home and trusted us to help them bring their vision to life.

Here are some before and after shots….

The Living Room Before 

 

After….

Adding french doors to the living room has made it apart of the beautiful patio...

 

The Family Room was a huge space that was awkward and didn't make sense.

We took part of the family room and created the perfect wet bar to eliminate wasted space ….

The Breakfast Room is the spot to enjoy the beautiful backyard but not like this...

We now call it " The Lounge "

 

Stay tuned for more of our "Riveting Renovation" next week!  Thank you to Gordon Gregory  for bringing our work to life in your beautiful photographs.