From full homes to single room projects, we do it all. Check out some of our favorite recent projects here.
This homeowner wanted an inviting yet modern take for their new living room, without any clutter. We layered shades of beige, black, white, and natural wood tones to create a warm, minimal space.
This living room is part of a classic colonial home on the border of New Canaan & Pound Ridge. We wanted to create a modern space while still honoring the character of the home. We did this by painting the existing fireplace black, and layering in a mix of modern and transitional pieces.
This Star Wars fan asked for a man cave filled with all of his favorite things: shades of blue, mid-century furniture, the largest TV possible, and of course a cozy sectional to fit his whole crew. We also incorporated plenty of display areas for his Lego creations, and sourced art to speak to his interests.
Upon entering this New England home, you notice a tasteful mix of traditional and transitional pieces. This homeowner had an existing collection of pieces she wanted to incorporate, which we dressed up with a fun leopard print rug and delicate black and white botanical prints.
The brief for this Master Bedroom was a casual, cozy escape with rich colors and textures. We used a moody dark green/blue for the walls, paired with warm wood furniture pieces and a delicious bouclè chair for lounging.
The Metro Arts Studio held an event to show how art inspires interior design. JLD designed a vignette based around a beautiful piece by local artist Jennifer Burbank. Proceeds of the event went to The Adam J. Lewis Academy in Bridgeport.