I probably won’t be hired anytime soon by clients with a dark, wicked sense of style and a penchant for all things goth. After all, I live in Washington DC. Oh, but wouldn’t it be fun. I said to a colleague recently that the more homogenized design becomes, the crazier I want to be – with my interiors, with fashion and in art. And what better time to embrace the avant-garde and darker side of style than on Halloween. It may be just a fantasy, but I would love to find some risk-taking, live-out-loud clients, throw the rule book out the window and create an irreverent, unconventional and totally goth rockstar pad.
- THE CLIENTS -
I hear they are breaking up, but Jack White and Karen Elson will always be one of my favorite couples. So unique, so dramatic.
- THE SALON -
A space filled with daring, sculptural pieces.
- THE DINING ROOM -
Brutalism, Bacon, Blackman-Cruz. Throw in some vintage and Wearstler and you have one drop-dead gorgeous dining room.
- THE BOUDOIR -
The overall concept may lean toward hardcore, but the bedroom should still be a lair of love. Edgy with an underlying sexy femininity.
Tricia ( ^ ^ )
* items above c/o 1st Dibs, Blackman Cruz, Flair, Fort Street Studio, Ironies, Jean de Merry, Ralph Pucci, The Rug Company and Usona