One of my favorite spaces to add vintage architectural salvage is outdoor spaces such as patios, screened porches, and terraces. As a Fairfield County, Connecticut interior designer, I find ways to bring some of my California lifestyle into New England interior design. Capturing outdoor living spaces is one of my favorite things to do as a designer.
This Baroque window frame looks stunning against the veranda wall, creating a compelling vignette for an outdoor room. Photo from Pinterest.
A treasure of 40,000 square feet of architectural salvage, reclaimed wood doors, small collectibles, vintage chandeliers, re-purposed antique furnishings awaits you at United House Wrecking in Stamford, CT.
United House Wrecking, Inc.
535 Hope Street, Stamford, CT 06906
Before you shop, prepare!
- Define – the area you want to add a unique pieces
- Measure – record the measurements of the room
- Focus – bring an inspiration photo of the desired end result for your space
If this sounds like a daunting task, call TSI. I would be delighted to be your trusted guide and advisor through the design process of your Stamford home.
Find a great painting or picture that needs re-framing? Try out this Stamford business Custom Framing and Gallery.