Cabell Design Studio


Services Provided
Full service Interior Design for residential and commercial projects including:

Interior Design Consultation for residential and commercial projects
Construction Documents and Bid Documents
Construction Administration
Furniture Sourcing
Fine Art and Antique sourcing, selection and placement

Areas Served
Cabell Design Studio is based in Central Virginia and will travel to projects sites in a broad area.

Business Description
Cabell Design Studio is an award winning residential and small commercial design firm which has completed projects across the state of Virginia, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Maryland.

Cabell Design Studio has won multiple awards at the annual Interior Design Excellence Awards ceremonies. In addition, their work has been published in several trade publications, including Southern Living magazine, Home and Design and Richmond Magazine.

Elizabeth Cabell is a professional member of ASID and a Certified Interior Designer. She has passed the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) and has 20 years experience in the interior design field.

Certification and Awards
Please visit our website at www.cabelldesignstudio.com for a full awards list.

Professional member of American Society of Interior Designers
Certified Interior Designer by the State of Virginia
NCIDQ Certified

IDEA FIrst place Awards in 2009, 2011, 2012
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Montpelier, VA US 
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15309 Devonwood Road
Montpelier, VA 23192 
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Hello surfdeb,

Not as far as we are concerned! We have installed a dozen of them over the course of the past year :) Clients love them as they provide softness, texture and pattern without the fuss or maintenance of a drapery. A few fun examples:

Portfolio
Lincoln Park Family Home
Betsy Burnham
Wilding
Modern Teen Living

Best of luck and please let us know if we can provide additional assistance,
Elizabeth Cabell, ASID, CID, NCIDQ
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Hello mandrud,

This is one of our favorite companies.... FLOR. They are a subsidiary of Interface Carpet, a commercial company that manufactures floor tiles for contract environments, who has developed a residential look and feel. Very easy to order, install, and return, too many styles and colors from which to choose, lots of variety. They have an excellent zero emissions mission.
http://www.flor.com/environment-missionzero

Vanderbilt
Upper East Side
Rake Me Over
Playroom

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Elizabeth Cabell, ASID, CID, NCIDQ
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Hello fgold,

It doesn't scream bathroom, however, it sort of mumbles it :) What else is going on in the kitchen with the countertops and floors? Will there be something else to offset the octagon?

Elizabeth
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I like it, but I'd like to see the rest of the components.
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Thanks for the replies. The kitchen is transitional in style with light grey wall color, white cabinets w chrome pulls, and dark wood floors. So do you suggest same tile, just different shape?
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Hello djbshirley,

Not to be wishy washy, but we still see a fair amount of each, with natural wood still leading the pack. Maple should last you a good while yet in the kitchen design world.

Best of luck,
Elizabeth
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It probably depends on your part of the country. I see very little paint in SE Ohio.
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We do lots of painted & stained cabinets in SE Wisconsin. Natural maple was something we did in the 90's & early 2000's. A lot of it is personal choice & what will fit your home.
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Hello gatoramyb,

Lovely idea. We just designed and installed one for a client and she is thrilled with the end result. Low maintenance, smaller scale, keeps the water at bay. Wish we had our own pictures to share, but here are a few ideas from the Houzz site:

Carnegie Hill Residence
Apartment
Dramatic Master Bath & Fireplace Remodel University City
Noe Valley Three

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Elizabeth Cabell, ASID, CID, NCIDQ
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I like those stationary walls.
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Hello hellopal,

Without offending you, I hope, I'll say that I'm not a fan of either of those two color options, really. With the slate colored sectional you might think about a grey or a blue tone rug instead. Take a look at some of these examples:

Steel blue with gold accents:
Rugsville Overdyed Dark Grey Grey Rug 11095-8x10

Contemporary pattern:
Splatter Bloom Sky Gray Rug Size: 8' x 11'

Geometric:
Surya G5080 Goa Contemporary Hand Tufted Dark Gray Rug (8-Feet x 11-Feet)

A corby chair would be a fun addition to your room, they are surprisingly comfortable:
Le Corbusier Style Regal Series Contemporary White Leather Chair

Best of luck and please let us know if we can be of additional assistance,
Elizabeth Cabell, ASID, CID, NCIDQ
Cabell Design Studio
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hellopal
Thanks Cabell for your suggestions.
I will check out the links as well.
since, the room is big, I would like to explore more colors if I can.
Any suggestions will be appreciated.
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Thanks ncmass.
I will check out at homedepot.
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Hello maroper,

Honestly, there is nothing wrong with Delta or Kohler. Both have excellent design quality to them and both should fall within your range. We've had both manufacturers in several bathrooms of the past 15 years with no alteration required due to maintenance, poor quality, or even design.

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Elizabeth Cabell, ASID, CID, NCIDQ
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That's a great budget. Try looking on faucetdirect.com. They have just about every faucet you want or need. I really love the Kingston brass faucets. The finish is so luxurious.
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Hello deebennington,

Have you tried Ballard Designs (website)?

We can custom make one for you that looks exactly like that. Please let us know if you are interested and email us at info@cabelldeisgnstudio.com.

Elizabeth
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If you can't find it try etsy you can find practically anything on there
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Thanks for the nice comments. Everything about the cabinetry and casework is custom in this bathroom. The sidewall panels are just decorative. The medicine cabinets are behind each sink, in the mirrored panel. This image shows it a little more clearly:

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Hello hotandcold,

Thank you for your lovely compliments...they are beautiful! The specific drapery term is called Italian stringing. Whether this has any foundation in Italy we do not know :), but the drapery is held in place from behind by strings attached at various intervals along the length. Makes for a lovely drape effect :)

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Hello kdsouza,

Who's bedroom is this? master? guest? child? That would assist with the answer. For your own bedroom you may want to have a more cohesive calming feel, in which case you might use a dark wood to match the floors. If, however, it were a child or a guest bedroom, a pewter / silver rod would jazz it up a bit and add a level if interest and excitement. There is no need to use a double rod unless you are planning to hang both a front curtain panel and a rear sheer, in which case a double rod really makes things a lot easier. A few Houzz examples:

Toronto Restoration
Whole House Make Over in Vienna

Living with Neutrals
Southern Living Idea House

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Hello ritacleary123,

What is it you are searching to purchase? And where are you located in Ireland?

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September 16, 2014 at 5:58PM   
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Hello flyingdutchgirl,

No general rules that we use... we take each on a case by case basis and also review what is going on around the room. For example.... if we have a column of drawers that are 30" wide and we have suggested two pulls for those we would not have another set of two pulls nearby as it would get to be too much visually. Honestly, it's a personal preference with each of our clients on whether to use a knob or a pull and it also depends on the weight of the object intended for storage.

Lotta pulls....
Maui Plantation Kitchen
Nice variation between knobs and pulls....
Upscale Elegance

Best of luck with your hardware and please let us know if we can be of additional assistance,
Elizabeth Cabell, ASID, CID
Cabell Design Studio
September 16, 2014 at 5:56PM     
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flyingdutchgirl
Here are the drawings of our kitchen.
Sorry if they're fuzzy... I actually took pictures of my computer screen with my iPhone and uploaded via the Houzz app. :))
I will be using knobs for sure on the cupboard doors. :)
Just haven't decided on type of pull/handle for drawers. ...
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Hello lkbw,

Painting the walls and trim the same color is certainly not a no-no, but you may want a bit more contrast than that. We have used White Dove - OC17 as trim with Bleeker in the past as it is not an overpowering white. Others tend towards yellow or pink. Take a look at a few Houzz examples:
2011 Traditional with the Unexpected
Bookcases
Living Room

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Elizabeth Cabell, ASID, CID
Cabell Design Studio
September 16, 2014 at 5:52PM     
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Interior Affairs -- Vickie Daeley
Natalie...great idea...we have done this several times...on drywall making stripes...but that would work on trim as well!
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No - its not a no no as everything is about your personal likes and dislikes. In my case I would suggest white as the trim- as that contrast also gives it a nice fresh look.
J Design Group, Miami Interior Designers - Miami Beach - Miami - Williams Island - South Beach -Pinecrest - Sunny Isles - Modern Interior Designer Firm in Miami, Florida - Ocean Front Contemporary Decorators - http://www.JDesignGroup.com
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How about mixing the white with the gray wall color. Use a 75/25 or 50/50 mix and try it. It will be more interesting!
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Hello barbarakendziera,

Take the ceiling paint down to the moulding. It will create an enveloping effect when you are in that room. A few examples:

The Isabella II at Mediterra
Niche Interiors: San Francisco Interior Design Services
Living & Dining

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Cabell Design Studio
September 16, 2014 at 5:48PM     
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Hello dorky0421,

Books, books, books! They add texture and warmth and color. Think also about either small sculptures or collections of items that you may have. Plates always work, as do colored glass pieces. Pitchers or framed pieces of small art of photographs. You might even think about either painting or papering the back. Take a look at a few Houzz photos for inspiration:

Lenox Kitchen & Family Room Renovation
Art - A Good Read?
Icehouse Loft
Living Room and Sun Room Entry

Best of luck with your shelves! Please let us know if we can be of additional assistance,
Elizabeth Cabell, ASID, CID
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The shelves look like they have small niches...if they are in fact adjustable shelves...I agree that you can use books...and photographs in interesting picture frames. Low profile boxes...use these items in groupings. There is also another look that is shown in pottery barn and places like this...where they line up three of the same items....and it is a very clean uncluttered idea!
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Thank you ..I'd like to know what kind of pieces to buy...I can shop ikea..target...even walmart to decorate the inside of the glass cabinets..my colors are grey..teal..yellow...white..silver....I am also planning to install lights inside the cabinets to showcase my displays..
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Hello mdianekatz,

If you head to the USG website or the Armstrong website you should be able to find many different varieties of ceiling tile that will work for you. These are two of the main manufacturers of suspended ceilings and we spec them for commercial projects quite often. Even a tile that simply has a strong bevel on each edge will enhance the look of the ceiling. Both manufacturers also fabricate these tiles in color, which may help, and also in planks, which breaks the grid. Take a look at these links to see if anything might work for you:
http://www.usgdesignstudio.com/acoustical-ceiling-products.asp?product=mars-climaplus-planks-ceiling-panels
http://www.archiexpo.com/prod/armstrong-metalldecken-ag/acoustic-suspended-ceiling-tiles-perforated-52684-309556.html

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Hello wallybear,

We actually have a client who does just that every single time. There is no telling them otherwise!! They love it. Simply take the wall color and reduce by ¼ to 1/5 intensity and that is their recipe for success.

Best of luck!
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Cabell Design Studio
September 9, 2014 at 7:55AM   
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Depends on the vanity size overall.
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Hello kdl384,

Pictures are always helpful. How long is the single sink countertop? That may help to answer this question. It may appear too massive in scale depending on your answer or it may work just fine, depending on your mirror. The answer to the shape depends on the style you are trying to achieve in the bathroom and your budget. Rounded mirrors will generally be slightly more expensive to fabricate. Take a look at a few Houzz photos for inspiration:

Moderne Solara Resort
Modern Hall Bath – Upper Georgetown, DC
Powder rooms and bathrooms
Encino Bathroom Remodeling

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Not my cup of tea but if a client wanted it...sure!
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Well, my front porch light has been non-functional for many months so I don't think it's attracting insects. We have a VERY high front entrance; the ceiling is two stories up and the bats come hang out up in the topmost area. We had a reprieve from the bats last summer but I think it is because we had the exterior of our house painted. They are back and there is plenty of evidence on the front porch.
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Ah. Got it. So, you just need a light (lamp) so they don't come back to roost in the high dark spots. Check out these fixtures and see if they might work for you... they are large and the light is general ambient so it will shoot in all directions :)
http://www.visualcomfortlightinglights.com/product/visual-comfort-e-f-chapman-sussex-outdoor-pendants-chandeliers-cho5033bz.html?page=1

Bolton Lantern
Country - Cottage Townsend 34" High Outdoor Hanging Light

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Carol
I like the idea of more solid color that picks up from your slab colors also. Use a cream marfil mosaic / accent tile within the shower to bring it all together.
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You are welcome... post pics when you are completed :)
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What about a soft yellow? Taking the corn as inspiration... With white trim and the navy door? Btw, I love your house! You are living my dream! :-)
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Hello dynamo91,

The art that you select should reflect your interests. Do you enjoy flowers? The sea? Geometry? Each of these can be duplicated in art form.... botanicals, landscape, contemporary pieces. See below for examples:

Botanicals or naturals:
Georgetown Residence
Eleanor Street #1

Sea / Landscapes:
Duneside Renovations & Additions
Commonwealth Avenue, La Cañada Flintridge, CA

A great contemporary piece would work as well:
Mad for Galapagos Turquoise
AGCTK: Entertainment Statement

Best of luck with your art search and please let us know if we can be of additional assistance,
Elizabeth Cabell, ASID, CID
Cabell Design Studio
September 3, 2014 at 6:02PM     
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Thanks licksch, The thing sticking out of the wall is a ceramic wall light (the kind that can be painted to suit). There were 2 more on the opposite wall. We got rid of them. Agree with your comment on the previous owners photo arrangement.

As for an entertainment unit, it's a big no no. I'm not a fan of them. Plus the room isn't huge, so a piece of furniture that size would dominate it too much. but thank you very much for the suggestion.
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I am not a big fan of entertainment centres either, but I think wall decorations around a low television will be hard to pull off. What about a book case to the left, and then a picture over that? Book cases do not stick out much. Even a low one might help balance the space.
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Hello sbeams2,

You might think about a warm gray for the walls. Try Ben Moore Revere Pewter, HC-172, very popular right now.

My Houzz: Upscale Townhome With A View In Downtown St. John's
Bywood Street Residence
McKenzie Heights

Best of luck with your kitchen and please let us know if we can be of additional assistance,
Elizabeth Cabell, ASID, CID
Cabell Design Studio
September 3, 2014 at 5:46PM   
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Natalie
Revere Pewter is a great color, I'd go a little deeper---perhaps Iron Gate.
Good Luck!
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I Would probably say a gray or a mint green
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Hello Rena,

Floor to ceiling drapery would work, but could get costly and heavy to cover all of those windows. You might think about a motorized sheer shade instead. There are several companies which offer contract versions of these and links have been attached. We have not priced these recently, but they would allow you to close and open as necessary, would block both glare and UV rays, would shield from heat and would allow you to install drapery on the lower portion of the windows instead.
http://www.lutron.com/en-US/Products/Pages/ShadingSystems/SerenaShades/Overview.aspx http://www.hunterdouglascontract.com/windowcoverings/prollershades/RB500/index.jsp

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Elizabeth Cabell, ASID, CID
Cabell Design Studio
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duplicate post.
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would use Japanese Curtains- Panel Curtains (roller shades) with multiple layers
this link has some nice pictures to give u ideas http://www.schwinn-starck.de/en/our-products/stoffe-textilien-heimtextilien/panel-curtains-for-window.html
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Hello legalette,

AH! Crazy cat! And what a great rug! Have you tried taking it to the cleaners? They may be able to do something, although from personal experience once an animal has located a favorite spot, well....

Another float would work just as well and would be budget conscious. Although you may run not the same problem again :) Take a look at a few alternates that may work as well:

Aspen Blue Rug, Large
Gaia Teal Blue Rug Size: 2' x 3'
Nostalgia Pastel Blue & Antique White Rug - 2' x 3'
Wave Winter White Rug Size: Runner 2'6" x 8'
Merano White Rug - 5'6" x 7'10"
Chicago White Rug - 2'8" x 7"10"

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Elizabeth Cabell, ASID, CID
Cabell Design Studio
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Darla Scheuerman
You might want to have your precious checked out by the vet. My grandcat started going outside of the litter box and just by luck I saw an episode of my cat from hell- the cat had a urinary tract infection and equated the litter box as being painful, which is what was going on with my grandcat, 2 weeks of antibiotics and no more issues. Beautiful room.
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Measure, measure, measure. Measure from the ceiling and measure from the floor. Measure.
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The first picture is the easy one - getting the second one the same height is the difficult one!
This might help http://www.momtastic.com/diy/168894-diy-picture-hanging-trick/
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Thank you...helpful tip for sure, esp. When back wires shift.
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