The View through the Window: Oly Studio

One of the showrooms at market that I always find inspiring is Oly Studio. 

Oly was founded in Berkeley, California by Bay Area designers Kate McIntyre and Brad Huntzinger. According to their website, "Oly's furniture and accessories present a fresh blend of clean lines and antique motifs". That explains why I am drawn to their line. I gravitate towards clean lines and love the thought of creating new pieces from the classics found in the antique world. Right now, I am really into the juxtaposition of antiques and modern. 

I loved the big and bold hand painted botanical walls...incredible! The photo below from Habitually Chic shows the fabulous wall mural that adorned the showroom last Fall. It's hard to improve upon perfection but I think they did it.

{Photo from Habitually Chic; Oly Studio, Fall High Point Furniture Market 2011}

An all white display fills the opposite window. 

There's something so graphic about an all white room. I love the tone on tone display in varying shades of white and the clean lines of the furniture coupled with the whimsical accessories.

A sweet child's chair with pretty pink fabric sits on the ledge in the window.


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