New Pieces in the Showroom

Given this blog’s recent attention to neo classical design it will come as no surprise that the new pieces in the Hazelton showroom feature fluted carvings, shades of stoney white and Swedish inspirations. DINING BANQUETTE A settee with two chairs…

Swedish Neo Classical Design

As design trends carefully toward a warmer feel, we might revisit Swedish style, not to copy, to catch a mood.  They adapted Louis XV and XVI with the same spirit of clarifying and simplifying that guides design today.   The…

Neo Classical Moose and Squirrel

What a joy to realize that the cartoon program of my childhood was based on literary and visual classics!  The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show is the source of this blog’s look at the classical design elements that permit endless re-invention!…

Classics Redefined: Planters and Architectural Pieces

Both floral bouquets and stone accessories fill the gap in room arrangements by adding beautiful details. Flowers are meaningful for their fleeting beauty but urns and sculptures have the advantage of enduring.   Pieces made of fiberglass and stone don’t require two…

Botanical Garden Pillows

In the middle of the botanical gardens the Bermuda Masterworks Museum houses an impressive collection of Bermuda themed works from world renowned artists, local and international contemporary art shows, a full program schedule and a well trodden bridge to Canadian…

New Drapery Designs

With new draperies needed for 98 Hazelton and numerous clients’ homes (pillows and bedding too) the sewing room has been buzzing at maximum productivity. Here are some in-progress views of the new drapery design ideas from this spring and summer’s creative…