With neutral tones, lots of textural interest, and a whole lot of Moxie!
Using neutrals in a sleek, contemporary space says anything but boring. Working with a neutral palette can offer not only a sense of calm and serenity but also amazing personality and interest.
This main living space taking center stage at the recent Design Showhouse was created by Moxie Design Studio. Their vision embraced a neutral palette pumped up with lots of physical and visual textural interest.
A sleek low-backed white sofa carries your eye throughout the space, providing the perfect backdrop for Hans J. Wegner Shell Chairs. Loren Yagoda art graces the walls throughout the room creating repetition of style as well as visual interest on the 14’ soaring walls. Contemporary chandelier with Edison bulbs embraced the space between ceiling and floor. The result is a multisensory experience through its design and decoration.
This room not only looks great, but it begs to be touched. The cozy hand-loomed rugs from India and soft botanicals did not disappoint. And, because this is the southwest, a turquoise encrusted cow skull made this room complete.
Moxie Design Studio is comprised of co-owners Monica Sullivan and Michelle Pierce, who are friends as well as business partners. They have a mind for design, a heart for those they work with, and a flair for innovation.The diversity of their backgrounds allows them to easily connect and relate to people across the board.
They combine their zest for beauty, life and international excursions to create spaces for clients throughout the United States, Mexico, and Costa Rica. Their design styles are fluid which opens the door for them to create truly custom environments based on their client needs.
Their positive energy, warmth, and integrity are a few reasons why they sustain long-standing relationships with clients, vendors, builders, contractors, and artisans alike.
Credit: Simon Photographic