Today I'd like to show you the work of Cheryl and Alison Womack who are a mother and daughter design team based in Atlanta. Their classical style is elegantly understated. They are known for their ability to create an integrated, polished look while maintaining a comfortable, warm and livable environment.
Their work has been featured in many publications and books, including the covers of Traditional Home Magazine and Custom Builder. They also received the "Best in American Living Award" in 2005 for their work on Kiawah Island.
These are the rooms I liked best from their portfolio. Hope you like them too!
They managed to make this huge living room warm and inviting.
Combination of traditional and modern styles. Soft tones and lots of light. Framed intaglios flank the mirror over the sofa.
A custom window seat in an unusual serpentine shape. If you look closely you can see it has a small pullout tray. Actually, it has two trays, one on each side.
Traditional dining room.
I love this bedroom! It has a vaulted ceiling and a half circular window which leads out to a private balcony.
More framed intaglios above the sofa, a glided iron and glass coffee table, and a convex mirror above the mantel which reflects the entire room.
See more pictures of their rooms right here.