Glavé & Holmes Architecture is excited to be part of the Richmond Symphony Orchestra League’s Designer House. Our Hotel & Home Studio was chosen to design the Master Bedroom at the Hampton Manor house in the Hallsley community. The Master Bedroom is a place to rest and rejuvenate, to nurture one’s spirit and relax with children and pets. It is luxurious yet casual, traditional yet youthful and modern. It lifts the spirit and pampers the body. The room is truly what all bedrooms should be – a place to recompose and repair, and to reflect and delight in the romance and possibility of life.
Sanctuary – The master bedroom is a “Sanctuary” from the world. It is tranquil, relaxed, and intended to help the owners recharge and prepare for another day.
Nature Inspired – Nature provided the inspiration for the room from the Robin’s Egg blue walls (Benjamin Moore “Skyscraper” 765) to the window treatments that feature birds, flowers, and trees. This connection is enhanced by flowers and plants throughout the space and by the extraordinary pressed botanicals from local artist, Anne Blackwell.
Timeless Elegance – Nothing about this room is trendy. We believe it reflects a graceful lifestyle that is cozy, comfortable, and elegant but not formal.
Fresh and Youthful – This is a fresh version of traditional design. The updated color palette of grays, blues, and greens; the modern art; and the sumptuous mixture of textures make this space appealing to all generations.
Crafted with Pride – The room is filled with carefully crafted objects from the hand-knotted Tibetan rug to the fine furniture of Kindel, Moore Councill, McKinnon & Harris, and Niermann Weeks. It includes fine linens from Europe, Murano glass vases and lamps, and a breakfast table and dressing table made locally in Richmond.
The house will be open to the public from September 15 to October 13, 2014 and our design team, including Gary Inman and Catherine Stanley, will be available to answer any questions. Be sure to follow us for a few more sneak peeks of the room! For more information, visit rsol.org.