In Good Taste: Steven Sills Design

When Architectural Digest describes your work as “a lucid synthesis of opulence, rigor and surprise,” you know you’re on the right track. (Well, let’s face it, when Architectural Digest describes your work at all things are looking up!)
Maybe it’s because we like a little opulence in an otherwise down-to-earth scheme….
Or perhaps it’s that we’re the kind of girls who like surprises.
But we find ourselves quite taken with the work of Steven Sills Design.
Maybe it’s because we wish we’d thought of double tubs in a living room like bath.
Or we wish we were bathing with a view.
Perhaps we just think we could use a few more whimsical roosters in our lives.
But we think it’s safe to say that Steven Sills’ work is in very good taste.
This kitchen has it all. It’s a little bit rustic, a little bit glamorous, a touch country, and still feels like one cohesive, delicious eating spot.
That splash of yellow is a perfect way to add life to an earthy, neutral scheme without detracting from the amazing art.
This just reminded me of how I’ve pined for yellow living room draperies for years. Perhaps it’s time for some to appear… Let’s hope my husband likes surprises as much as the designers at Steven Sills!
We hope your day is full of surprises of the very best kind!


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  1. says

    I always enjoy reading all of the “thank you” emails from fellow bloggers when we share an idea that inspires them to do something. Today I need to pass along the same thank you to you. We have been trying to figure out how to display some of our copper cookware collection in our new kitchen. In working with the designer, a shelf just seemed to simple and easy, until I saw the photograph you shared today. Its funny how your opinion can change as soon as you see something. Thanks for sharing, and helping. -Tonya

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