Point Of View: Mary Douglas Drysdale

on the relationship between interior architecture and decoration

CJ Dellatore Mary Douglas Drysdale

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“After the satisfaction of working with others to realize a vision, my keenest interest in the practice of interior design is in making and enhancing the relationship between interior architecture and decoration.
Art, architecture and decoration is how I think of interior spaces.  I grew up building things, and today I express that as classical space plans, paneled walls, custom furniture, patterned floors, making pattern with fabric.  As a project advances I try to both create interesting detail, and to bring in other elements of design which establish harmony.
I like the first impression to be powerful; clean and uncluttered.  It is then that one can quietly discover the many layers of detail and connection.  I want a room to reflect my clients taste, make them feel special, and be the definition of what they find comfortable.”

Mary Douglas Drysdale

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