We are thrilled to have interior designer, Angie Hranowsky, taking over the Atelier for the month of January.
Angie's bold mix of color, pattern and style have become her signature and the rooms she creates are always exciting and unexpected.
Her transformation of our Atelier space is no exception. I must admit, when the base coat for the walls was going up, I was a little hesitant as it was quite a shocking change from our very neutral palate in the rest of the store.
But I have admired Angie's work for years so I totally trusted whatever she had up her sleeve....and she did not disappoint!
Scroll down with me ask I take you on a tour of her talents! -SHH
The gorgeous wall color was created by decorative painter Suzanne Allen of Suzanne Allen Studio. She used a two color glaze over the turquoise base coat giving the walls beautiful depth.
Angie brought in a vintage Dunbar sofa and pulled the antique French bergere chairs and early 19th century portrait of Sybil from John Pope Antiques.
The mid-century ebonized mahogany cocktail table by Gio Ponti is from Plum Collective, as are the monumental blue lamps.
The hand painted leather hide on the floor is by AVO.
The hairpin planter is from Rogue Antiques.
The fabulous Italian glass chandelier as well as the brass display stand with the bronze bust are all from Revive Antiques.
The other artwork is from Angie's collection.
All for sale. Email HERE for more information.
But she didn't stop there. In the little nook she had Suzanne work her magic again, this time with a pearlized pink glaze. She added some funky turquoise tole wall sconces above the Neoclassical chairs from Forsyth Art. The chairs flank a gorgeous cerused oak credenza topped by a collection of mid century pottery pieces, including a monumental lamp with a blue and brown spatter glaze that looks like it was made for the space. The drawings above the credenza are by local artist, John Dunnan, sold through the Building Art Workshop. All pieces used in the Atelier are for sale. Please contact us at the store for pricing and availability.
If you want to find out more about Angie's process, or learn more about her work, please join us for a special "Meet the Designer" open house on Tuesday, January 19th from 2-5pm at the shop. (701 East Bay Street, Charleston)
We will leave you with some of our favorite spaces that Angie has designed...never a dull moment. Enjoy!