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Photo: Gordon Gregory Photography, Gordon Gregory Photography, Gordon Gregory Photography
Celebrate a New Life Stage With a Bold New Environment
With kids off to college and a transition from the suburbs to the city in their sights, the fun- and color-loving couple who purchased this 1910 home in Richmond, Virginia’s Museum District were ready for big changes. They turned to designers Adrianne Bugg and Brandeis Short of Pillar & Peacock to realize their dream of a bold new family headquarters.
“The house is older and they wanted to completely gut the first floor – mainly the kitchen area in the back of the house,” Adrianne recalls. “They wanted us to design the entry/hall, dining room, living room, and kitchen/powder room/breakfast room. We also designed the laundry room upstairs and lightly consulted on a few other spaces.” Going big was key: “They were willing to be more daring with color, which we loved. I would call their style classic-yet-effervescent, relaxed [and] bohemian.” Ready for an inspirational spin through one of Richmond’s newest works of art? Come on in.