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The clients' last name starts with an S, so Palmer used this as a common theme throughout the house. The curved copper portion in the stunning mirror fireplace surround is an understated tribute to the family's last name. The surround was custom made by an artist in Annapolis, who hand-hammered and molded the copper for the piece. The mirror is actually two-tone — the bottom half is peach, and the top half is clear.
Wall color: Benjamin Moore Cinnamon Slate
Rug: Cotton Chenille and Rayon from A.M. Collections NYC
Since the clients really wanted something new and different for this home, Palmer wanted to choose a unique color palette. In the end, the warm colors of the living room textiles ended up dictating the purple and brown palette for the rest of the home.
Sofa: Vladimir Kagan with Jim Thompson Fabric
Coffee Table: Vladimir Kagan
Floor lamp: Serge Mouille
Curtains: “Gloria” from Bergamo Fabrics
Chairs: Papa Bear Chairs by Hans Wegner
The clients wanted to fully appreciate the home's beautiful ocean views. Palmer opened up the first floor, creating a larger space encompassing the kitchen, dining and living room. This main space is on the ground floor, near the front door, so the family can see the water as soon as they walk into their home.
Pendant: Boyd Lighting
Dining table: John Saladino
Chairs: Vladimir Kagan
The hardwood floors are made of a bleached and limewashed oak that almost has a driftwood feel. The reddish veneer of the cabinetry provides a bright contrast to the understated hardwood.
Palmer curved the the kitchen island into the same "S" shape as the form on the living room fireplace surround. It is also the perfect shape for guests to sit and chat at while dinner is cooking.
Cabinetry: Etimoe Veneer from Premier Cabinetry
Barstools: BDDW NYC
Pendants: Plug Lighting
Countertop: Yellow Bamboo Granite
Backsplash: Melagrano Hexagon Tile from AKDO
Bold and reflective fireplace surrounds are present in all the major rooms of this house, including the master suite. The tile in this surround is made of a metallic, iridescent glass. Grasscloth wall coverings and a simple rug keep the room grounded.
Duvet: Kuba from Bart Halpern
Wall color: Silk Grasscloth from Nobilis
Rocking Chair: Vladimir Kagan
Tile on fireplace surround: Oceanside Glass Tile
The master bathroom had a few constructional challenges for Palmer, who had to reduce the size of the original layout in order to add a guest bathroom on the same floor. However he was able to take advantage of what was originally a window bump-out, turning it into a master shower.
Wall color: Benjamin Moore Penny
Vanities: Rosewood Veneer from Premier Cabinetry
Vanity countertop: Picture Stone/Teakwood Limestone
Natural colors and materials played a huge role in the home's design. Palmer used an elegant combination of different woods, stones, textiles, leathers, and plant materials to create a look that feels luxurious and relaxed. All of these materials are very visible throughout the design, but their neutral tones tie them all together.
Sofa: J Robert Scott with Peruzzi fabric from Nina Campbell
Arm chairs: Rose Tarlow
Wall color: Benjamin Moore Irongate
Coffee table: J Robert Scott