Meshaket Project Reveal

Meshaket Project Reveal

Welcome to our Meshaket project. This home is full of unexpected contrast and bold choices that pay homage to traditional design styles. One of the most exciting parts of design is getting to the root of a client's taste and watching it come to life. This client was not afraid of making choices that were outside of what might be considered “beachy Vineyard style.” Instead, this home makes subtle nods to historic Edgartown, incorporating brass and oil rubbed bronze finishes, plaid accents and the use of pattern and wallpaper to bring in texture and interest throughout the interior. 



Architect: Sullivan + Associates
General Contractor: Dukes County Builders
Photography: A Louis-Jean Media


By mixing high gloss finishes, moody tones and clean forms with fun patterns like ikat prints, textures and natural woods, we were able to create a space that feels balanced, cohesive and still gives the stylized dramatic impact the client wanted.



The green ceiling and trim are some of our favorite moments of this project. Benjamin Moore Vintage Vogue is a beautiful smoky green that pairs beautifully with the tonal accents of the wood coffee table, woven poufs and rich tones of the pillows in the great room sitting area. 



A balance of old and new helps make design feel timeless and curated. Here, we’ve paired an antique dining chair with a traditional silhouette against a modern, high-gloss dining table. The contrast of the black light fixture creates a throughline to the contemporary style of the dining table, while the warmth of the hemp grasscloth wallcovering from Phillip Jeffries adds texture and dimension to the space. 

We love grasscloth wallcoverings as they are a refined choice while still lending an organic feel to a room.



Smaller spaces are sometimes a great choice for a stronger pattern or an element of surprise. A bold ikat print from Schumacher (one of our go-to resources for wallcoverings) brings a highly stylized boutique feel to this powder room. 



Another bold choice comes from the moody tone of the primary bedroom walls. While a light, breezy room can feel like a seaside oasis, this commanding color is reminiscent of the nautical history of our island. 



The tradtional elements reimagined with bold color and textures were so fun to work with. Our Interior Design Department's keen understanding of color theory, materials and textures paired with a client-first approach allows us to create thoughtfully curated, effortlessly cohesive, one-of-a-kind homes.


More of this exciting project is yet to come. If you are interested in our design services, please email today!


Photography: A Louis-Jean Media

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