home of distinction
IN the powder room, a unique, welcoming
element was executed by local graffiti artist
Nathan Verwey, who created a spray paint
and acrylic ode to Andrew Wyeth’s seminal
masterpiece, Christina’s World, where the
abstracted view over downtown allows the subject to
reflect on her life and future.
“The idea was to have a woman facing away from
the viewer, finding solace and allowing her thoughts
from the day to slowly unravel,” Verwey says. “I was
always intrigued by the power of the original subject,
which is why she has a crown. This is about the
power of the individual to find strength in oneself.”
The focus on renewable materials continues with
the bedroom floors, where Marmoleum was selected
for its seamless appearance, durability, and because
it is created from non-toxic, natural renewable
A wire mesh sculpture of a man and a dog occupy
a corner of the guest suite, where abstract art and a
retro patterned headboard highlight the inside of the
curved banquette wall.
Top: In the guest bedroom, scribbled glass lamps and bachelors chests with Lucite sides add detail. Above: In the guest bath, polished shades of
gray, angled vanity pulls and geometric tile create a sophisticated atmosphere.