• Atrium and Wine Cellar

    Atrium and Wine Cellar

  • Atrium and Art Collection

    Atrium and Art Collection

  • Master Bedroom

    Master Bedroom

  • Master Performance Shower

    Master Performance Shower

  • Master Bedroom Fireplace

    Master Bedroom Fireplace

  • Performance Shower with Ten Body Sprays and Music

    Performance Shower with Ten Body Sprays and Music

  • Living Room at the Holidays

    Living Room at the Holidays

  • Dining Room at the Holidays

    Dining Room at the Holidays

  • Holiday Chandelier and Tree

    Holiday Chandelier and Tree

  • Breakfast Room Before

    Breakfast Room Before

  • Breakfast Room After

    Breakfast Room After

  • Kitchen Staging

    Kitchen Staging

  • Kitchen Staging

    Kitchen Staging

  • Kitchen Staging

    Kitchen Staging

  • Trade Show Booth

    Trade Show Booth

  • Farmhouse Dining Room

    Farmhouse Dining Room

  • Farmhouse Dining Room

    Farmhouse Dining Room

  • Farmhouse Dining Room

    Farmhouse Dining Room

Interior Design For All Five Senses

Whether you are outside in the garden, or inside at a table, experiences become the most memorable when they appeal to all five senses: sight, smell, sound, taste and touch. Simple to say, but to accomplish this requires a deep appreciation of what appeals to these five senses as well as to the particular desires of the client and the ability to work with the client’s own materials, so that the experience is memorable for all concerned.

Take the senses of the greenhouse:

  • Sight – the view.
  • Smell – the flowers.
  • Sound – the water running in the fountain.
  • Taste – the wine cellar just inside.
  • Touch – the roughness of the stone and the wetness of the water.

Or the senses of the table set for a holiday meal:

  • Sight – the richness of the wood and the colors from the linens and holiday greenery.
  • Smell – the candles and the cinnamon potpourri.
  • Sound – the background music from a system that is integrated through the entire house.
  • Taste – the meal about to be served, anticipated by the china, crystal and silver.
  • Touch – the texture of the placemats and the softness of the flower petals.