And the color pendulum swings to the other end...Here is a sample of the work of Barbara Westbrook, one of the three featured designers of the upcoming, aforementioned Woodstock Showhouse. I often pass this house on my evening walk and it was fun to finally see the beautifully muted interiors published in Southern Accents last year. (Photography by Pieter Estersohn).
Westbrook is obviously as skilled at the art of picture hanging as she is with extraneous color removal (note the bound books in the living room). The framed sketches are by architect Keith Summerour who owns the 1930's Hentz, Reid and Adler home. If symmetry is the calling card of the classicist architect, Westbrook has followed the cue nicely.
Fun fact: Lee Boren, owner of Pieces, spent the early part of career as a design assistant to Westbrook.