We’re so excited to see our client and good friend, Schuyler Samperton, in the pages of this month’s Vogue! With her model good looks and fabulous talent, it’s no wonder Carolyn Murphy tapped Schuyler to add her special je ne sais quoi to her 1920’s Spanish Colonial in Los Angeles.
When Shuyler asked us last year to send her pink peonies and roses for a “photo shoot”, little did we know that they would end up in the pages of Vogue (sadly, they didn’t since pictures of Carolyn’s daughter’s room didn’t make the cut!)
Working with a divine designer like Schuyler on her myriad projects is truly one of the best parts of our jobs… Whether it’s a palm tree for an outdoor bistro, or a mass of pink bougainvillea for a home in Beverly Hills, we know that our pieces find happy homes in each lovely space she designs.
Schuyler has just launched her blog, Sparks, and we can’t wait to read about her upcoming projects. In the meantime, click on over to see where she sourced the wonderful furniture and accessories she added to Carolyn’s home – so clever!
P.S. And for more on Schuyler, you can read our Q & A!
Photos via Schuyler Samperton