Our clients had been living in this W.K. Kellogg estate home for three years when they asked us for help.
Architecturally, the house, with its vaulted ceilings and arched glazed French doors, was impressive, but the interior spaces felt unfinished and uninviting. The client had been advised that their existing art collection and furnishings were wrong for the house. The result was a home that lacked any personal narrative or character.
We worked to make the home comfortable and inviting, bringing art and collectibles out of storage and creating a layered eclectic environment that truly celebrates the history of the home—past and present.