A view into our world at Suzanne Lovell, Inc. and the ideas that inspire us daily.
How it is already February, I must say, is beyond my comprehension!
We are super busy in Miami and are thrilled about a tabletop buy from Mary jean Keene of some spectacular new wares by Lobmeyr, Hering Berlin, glassware by Saint-Louis, and silver by Puiforcat. And, since we are on the beach, some wonderful synthetic crystal by Mario Luca Giusti.
Naples is also keeping us on the go with incredible millwork by our friends at Thomas Riley. They must have created amazing shop drawings and we had a template to review at the site that was incredibly productive. The finishes they are able to create are spectacular, especially the ones with a high shine that is polished almost to a state of perfect mirrored reflection.
Many custom pieces are being produced for this same residence. One, a meandering bronze and porcelain 10-foot bar light fixture that crosses the ceiling and engages a column by David Wiseman. In the same room, Studio Job’s Taj Mahal table and a 3-piece eggplant colored table cast by London’s Based Upon.
Add to this a walk-through with landscape architect Jayson DeGeeter, which will bring together an outdoor environment that has 360 degree views and covers more than 5,000 square feet….Jayson’s answer includes bamboo….I can’t wait to see the results!
And, the exact opposite of these warm weather residences is one we are creating for a couple on the beach in Lakeside, Michigan. It is a fully knotty pine paneled “Lake House” that has marvelous tree mushroom-inspired sconces!
All of this in a day’s work here at Suzanne Lovell Inc. Nature is often our greatest inspiration!