When Lisa Palmer, owner and principal designer of SummerHouse, stepped into her clients’ home, she was captivated with the architecture of the space.  “The large room has a tall ceiling with beautiful dark beams.  The ceiling slopes down, creating this asymmetrical line that is unusual, but really lovely,” says Lisa.  “The ceiling and walls are stucco and the floors are bricked, which adds texture to the incredible architecture.”  Lisa created a warm and cozy space for the family and their beloved dog.  “I knew my fabrics and materials had to be durable,” says Lisa.  “The palette of stone, charcoal, chalk and brown works beautifully with the beams and walls, and the commissioned painting pulls it together perfectly.”

We absolutely love this breathtaking space.  For more information on SummerHouse, please visit their website here.  Also, a special thank you to Adam + Alli Photography for the gorgeous photographs!
{Blog by Mitchell Walters}


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