A fresh palette. A revitalized spirit. A soft, rosy hue blooming with potential. Color of the Year 2020.
“First Light” 2102-70 by Benjamin Moore is the backdrop for a new decade.
One-of-a-kind designer pillows. Antique rosy/ pink velvet brocade.
Down filled pillows with hand stitched flowers in soft pinks and greys.
Questions and Answers:
Q: How to you create a signature style for each season, you ask?
A: I thoughtfully edit the collections and forecast an upcoming season after reading interior designer trade magazines and re-visit favorite design books. I take a lot of time in the winter to consider and select a trending idea and a designer look. My approach has one important quality: to provide an artful vision.
The products selected are to be made by hand and made in America. Indeed, the gallery has a sign in the front window that says this. My signature style, oftentimes tweaked and refined, is created to offer the unique and beautiful Fairweather House & Gallery “look”.
In truth, a few are not just, let’s say…favorites, but rather have become signature pieces…as in the sublimely beautiful hand made glass design pieces that are the “Fairweather” calling cards. My signature style is a set mind, applying a vision of what ifs, must-sees and to-dos.
Visitors have often said: “This place is amazing.”
And, then, too, I often share. I’m a minimalist in my mind, constantly editing the displays, walls and tables to insure that the gallery isn’t too-perfect…but, rather, a showcase of sophisticated one-of-a-kind art pieces that highlight each individual season. D. Fairweather, gallerist and Allied Member A.S.I.D.
FAV winter read re-visited for 2020:
The Finer Things: Timeless Furniture, Textiles, and Details by Christiane Lemieux
Read more at http://www.fairweatherhouseandgallery.com
P.S.S.T. Four weeks to Valentine’s Day.
Exclusive to Seaside. Fran’s fine chocolates.
P.S.S.T. Six weeks to spring.
“Neighborhood Party” oil by Melissa Jander.
Copyright © 2020 D. Fairweather