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gale large pendant by thomas o’brien


regency medium chandelier by joe nye

hackney single sconce by j.randall powers

bistro medium chandelier by ian k. fowler

tamaso small table lamp by thomas o’brien

clarkson chandelier by aerin

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greenwich sconce by thomas o’brien

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Kate Marker and her dedicated staff offer a full range of design services and a carefully curated studio in Barrington, Illinois. Her keen eye for color, pattern and understated glamour is reflected in every home she designs. We are delighted to share some of our favorite projects from Kate Marker Interiors with you this week – each one more inspiring than the last!

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 A fresh mix of metals and neutral palette make this kitchen an inviting place to cook, dine and gather. The industrial style pendants and linear fixture above the dining table add modern appeal.

The kitchen and dining area opens effortlessly into the living room. Bronze fixtures with clean lines add warmth and interest to the space.


classic ring chandelier
by e.f. chapman
bronze

morris large lantern
by suzanne kasler
polished nickel / frosted glass

bryant sconce
by thomas o’brien
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alden residence

This kitchen demonstrates one of the beautiful benefits of polished nickel fixtures: they reflect natural light, making your home brighter even when they are not lit!


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by alexa hampton
natural brass


morton table lamp
by aerin
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Kate achieved the luxe, layered look of the formal dining room with embroidered wall coverings, velvet upholstered chairs and an eye-catching quartz chandelier.

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by e.f. chapman
quartz / polished silver

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Kate selected an eclectic mix of furnishings and accessories in tranquil tones for the airy living room.  Elegant ceiling molding frames the canopies of gilded lanterns overhead.

The rich tones and textures of the island and oversized hood stand out in this all-white kitchen. Classic bell lanterns add a subtle country-home feel.

All photos courtesy of Stoffer Photography and Kate Marker Interiors.

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It’s time to start planning your home decor for the holiday season! Get inspired by some of our favorite festive spaces and deck the halls with lighting you’ll love all year round.

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Elizabeth Newman’s design philosophy is to create spaces that are classic and livable but then layered with eclecticism. Based in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, she is a rising talent and treasured client of our Charleston showroom. Elizabeth gave us an exclusive first look at her recently completed Kiawah Island project which we are thrilled to share with you today! Photography by Nickie Cutrona.

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Elizabeth’s work is a beautiful demonstration of how effortlessly the pieces from our designer collections can be mixed. In the living room she paired earthy Gannet Table Lamps in Marbled Sienna with a Darlana Medium Lantern in Aged Iron.

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The owners of the beach house were excited to incorporate fun artwork and classic fixtures like the Primitive Swing Arm Wall Lamp in Hand-Rubbed Antique Brass into their window seat area.


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studio collection
hand rubbed antique brass 

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Elizabeth paired a Gustavian Lantern in Aged Iron with Symmetric Single Twist Sconces in Bronze to light the crisp white stairway.

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When designing a family home, Elizabeth names comfort and livability as key elements to her vision. A slip-covered reading chair is lit by a Tripod Floor Lamp in Tudor Brown.

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Elizabeth continued her palette of organic textures and colors in the bedrooms. Gene Swing Arm Wall Lamps in Natural Brass add a hint of shine.

The bath reflects Elizabeth’s love of clean lines and symmetry. Stanway Sconces in Polished Nickel light the vanity and double sink.

The guest bedroom features a soothing arrangement of blue and turquoise accents, including a pair of Culloden Table Lamps in Pebbled Aquamarine.

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For the master bathroom vanity, Elizabeth selected one of her favorite go-to pieces: the Vendome Sconce in Polished Nickel.

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 Follow Elizabeth Newman Interior Design on Instagram and Pinterest for more inspiration!
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Over the past decade, Ashley Goforth has become one of Houston’s most influential designers. Her key principles are simple: a neutral color palette, a mix of traditional and contemporary furnishings and an emphasis on the relationship of textures and shapes. Our Houston showroom has had the pleasure of working with Ashley and her outstanding team for several years, and we are thrilled to share her work in our client spotlight this month!

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CL: What do you look for when you choose lighting for a project?

AG: Whenever I start selecting lighting for a project, I take into account two things: the type of material needed to balance of the other textures in a space, and the scale.  I like large scale lighting as it can really  make statement!

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CL: The Hargett Table Lamp is practically your signature! What do you love about this piece?
AG: I love the Hargett lamp! It is the perfect size, comes in a variety of finishes and is adjustable.  It is just contemporary enough without being plain and soft enough to blend into any traditional interior.  And the coolie shade doesn’t hurt – it gives it a stylish twist.
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CL: Our Houston staff adores working with you! Have any pieces caught your eye in the showroom recently? Something you’d like to use in a future project?
AG:I really like the Robinson chandelier.  It has such a pretty silhouette, and anything with touches of gold dresses up a space.  I am also excited to start incorporating Kelly Wearstler designs into my projects. They are innovative and use interesting materials.
Follow Ashley Goforth on Instagram and Pinterest for more inspiration!
 photography: michael hunter
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