Every element in a redesigned space should contribute to a sense of cohesion—connecting both to the surroundings and with those who will immerse themselves in the new environment. In need of personality and energy, this 1980s home has been transformed into a setting in which colors and textures blend to make the whole far greater than the sum of its parts.
- Local Commissioned Artwork
- Natural Elements
- Casual, Livable Elegance
Open space requires careful consideration: A delicate balance is necessary to achieve the right mix of flow and structure. The living areas in this waterfront property were almost too expansive, but with furnishings that foster connection, and design touches that create subtle boundaries, the home now has a sense of intimacy.
- Industrial and Organic Accents
- Splashes of Color
- Open Yet Intimate
A design experience that is personal, original, intentional.
Architecture. Design. Innovation. Crafting thoughtful, stylish spaces requires a unique balance of skills—a blend that Artala founder Amy May has honed over nearly two decades as an interior design and interior architecture professional. Even more vital, however, is her innate ability to help clients articulate and refine their own vision. Because the most vital component in the art of living is you.