taste designers share their favorite interior elements
snapshots from this week’s installation in charlestown, rhode island
Our fresh coat of paint has dried and we’ve refreshed the gallery at taste, complete with new work brimming with images of warm days and nights. Dora Atwater Millikin and Susan Strauss return to the gallery with bold and lively new work, just in time for summer. Be sure to stop by the gallery […]
spring styling, inside
the joy of collaboration
I’m so pleased to have the work of Ben Anderson gracing our gallery, ready to share with fellow art appreciators. Thanks to a friend and loyal collector of Ben’s work who needed to downsize her art collection, we’ve acquired a vast and varied number of ceramic reliefs and plates. Among my favorites are Ben’s molds of […]
Taste designer Candace Langan has been working her yacht interior magic once again… For the past few months she’s been on a sprint to help our California-based client and new owner of a classic super yacht reinvigorate the vessel and personalize for his chapter of ownership. Our client acquired the then ‘Timoneer’ this summer and in addition […]
a historic gem regains its strength and stands ready for another generation
Oil Paintings for the Coastal Home
Outdoor fabrics and furnishings that don’t compromise comfort.
Get to know our design team and their contributions.
A redressed interior as stylish as our clients.
Images by Kyle Caldwell We’re nicely settling into our new space since opening the doors to our upgraded studio and gallery in August. One of my most favorite moments the past few months has been watching the incredulous expressions when people familiar with 17 Narragansett Ave. BEFORE the renovation walk into our new space AFTER. Many are speechless. […]
So many supportive clients and friends have asked about our renovation progress, so today I’m sharing a behind-the-scenes view… Demolition of the 1st floor started a few weeks ago with the goal to open up the three distinct storefront spaces into an open studio and gallery of taste’s work. As with any building 130 years old, the […]