No one sees hidden potential quite like designer and tastemaker Sarah Sherman Samuel. With an uncanny ability to transform a space, we were certain the design of her 1980 postmodern fixer-upper in Michigan was going to be nothing short of spectacular, and unsurprisingly, it landed her the cover of Domino Magazine’s Winter Issue.
Sarah’s painstaking renovation landed her family with the home of their dreams, which combines bright and airy design, decorative architectural elements, and a warm neutral palette peppered with vibrant ochres and muted blush tones. Whether it be the sculptural plaster staircase, the arched doorways, or the circular skylight in the living space — every detail was carefully considered and brilliantly crafted.
Fortunately for us, our furniture made a cameo in her stunning home. Our Kent Bench in blush acts as the perfect accent under the home’s cool skylight, providing extra seating without the weight of a heavier piece like another sofa. Our Spensley Dining Chairs in blush sit beautifully around her carefully selected vintage Italian marble table.
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Photos by Matthew Williams for Domino Magazine, Produced by Kate Berry, Design by Sarah Sherman Samuel
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