Draper 1


This historic home renovation project in Blacksburg includes a chef worthy Kitchen and Scullery. The turquoise and green color palette was inspired by the statement fabric on the banquette and original art by local artists. A fabulous mix of old and new classic design elements include millwork details, custom metal hood, and herringbone brick floors. This area offers everyday comfortable living and an ease of elegant entertaining.   Cabinetry design and construction: Ewing Cabinets

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Deercroft 8


Inspiration for this new Nursery began with this cheerful wallpaper, window treatment trim and pink gingham. This classic space with vibrant colors of butter yellow, green and pink were the perfect combination for a new bundle of joy. The whimsy of the giraffes and elephants are perfect for this young age. In the future this space will be very fitting for a young lady with classic lines, accents of gold and lucite.

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Blacksburg Country Club


Sophisticated Casual was our concept for this Country Club. These spaces accommodate both corporate and private events for golfing, tennis and dining. This timeless space has a continuous color scheme of black and white with pops of red, navy and emerald.

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Deercroft 5


This homeowner requested her kids former playroom be turned into her ultimate “she shed”. We went with neutral fabrics on the seating and contrasted that with a feature fabric on the ottoman. To balance the room there needed to be something bold on the opposing wall which was a real challenge in this narrow space. We went with this fun wall detail that really made a statement. Perfect way to turn a tv wall into a showpiece!

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Deercroft 7


This stately home in Ellett Valley had a complete main level refresh. We created purposeful rooms with a color palette that flowed throughout. Vibrant greens and blues were brought into the more formal entertaining areas and the softer blues and corals were placed in the relaxed family room. This home has a fabulous mix of comfort for the homeowners but perfectly elegant for entertaining!

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Tall Oaks 2


This character filled gem was the perfect setting for a refreshing mix of old and new. The homeowners had heirloom pieces that blended beautifully with updated fabrics to create a welcoming family setting for relaxing and gathering. The soft blues are visually soothing while the darker woods ground the space. The fireplace had a complete facelift which gave the room a beautiful focal point.

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Ellett


A laboratory of sorts for Edith-Anne to experiment with, Edith-Anne created the construction of her new family home and design studio. The house was featured in Southern Home March/April 2019 issue, Edith-Anne's first national publication. The successful design of the home has led to many new projects and wonderful clients.   Builder: Alan Tayloe, Tayloe and Company   Architect: Sarah Lee, Sarah S. Lee Architecture

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