Linda Colletta is an abstract expressionist painter who lives and works in Bridgeport, CT.
While this dining room was a good size and had some nice features, it lacked a cohesive, finished design.
This particular library design, part of a whole-house remodel, involved a dramatic transformation that completely changed the mood and feel of the space.
About half of the rugs I install for clients are custom, which really allows us to hone in on the color, style, construction, texture, and pattern of the piece.
Arnold’s series “The Art of Abandoment” has taken him to a host of dream-like places, from empty and decaying castles to haunted looking asylums.
I am always looking for new design books to add to my collection, and this year some great new titles have been released.
We do a lot of architectural specifications, and one element that falls into this category is faucets.
At the recent 2015 A List Award party, I was so honored to be recognized for my designs and to be included among such talented people!
I am very happy to support the Breast Cancer Alliance by participating in this year’s silent auction.
I was first introduced to Matt Story’s paintings on a visit to Samuel Owen Gallery.