In 2009, my design firm, Habachy Designs and Design Within Reach had partnered for an event called Modern Atlanta. We were asked to design some room vignettes using their furniture from their showroom. So, believe it or not, we created this space in their Atlanta store! I love contrasting materials in my interiors (new with old, polished with rough, dark with light), because I think it makes for a more visually stimulating spaces. Here, we brought in the reclaimed wood as a rustic backdrop for the modern furnishings. We added the chocolate curtains to make it apear as if there was a window in the room and visually frame out the space. The art work is by a good friend of mine, Todd Murphy. We brought in all of the linens and kept it monochromatic with the textured shag area rug. Last but not least, I always love to select a sculptural focal point for a room, and thought what better light fixture for this space than the Taraxacum Suspension Light which was designed by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, 1960.