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Classic glamour and organic imperfection: unpacking Kristi Nelson’s distinctive style

When do you know the work is finished? When do you step away? That was a problem Kristi always struggled with as a visual artist and one many creatives will find relatable. Something finally clicked during her recently completed project: a chic, feminine flat in Los Angeles that was, “all about the furniture.” When reflecting on what would become her favorite residential project, she recalled trying to put her client’s art collection on the walls. It was beautiful but it “never felt right.” That’s when she realized, that was because it was unnecessary. “There are sometimes when undone is done.”

Maitland-Smith expansion strategy extends its traditional design aesthetic

Maitland-Smith’s planned acquisition of Scarborough House continues a strategy to expand its product portfolio with…