Shades of Gray Aqua and cream tones in the master bedroom provide a restful atmosphere. The space consists of a small bedroom and a roomy sunporch that functions as a seating area. To make the bedroom appear larger, furnishings were kept to a minimum including a custom headboard, Asian inspired nightstands and a built-in window seat. A painting by Pascal Bouterin hangs above the mantel. THIS PAGE: Custom light fixture by Jason Smith of Smithworks Iron and The Finishing Source. FACING PAGE: Bed upholstered in mohair by Jim Thompson. Linens by Gramercy Home. Dust ruffle in fabric by Lee Jofa. Bedside tables and bench by Hickory Chair. Rug by Eve & Staron. 46 PEACHYTHEMAGAZINE.COM Throughout the interiors, Courtney uses many unexpected design elements that have become her trademark. Incorporating her client’s contemporary art adds an edge to the otherwise traditional architecture. Courtney’s mastery of blending textures, colors and materials, as well as her impeccable attention to detail, has enabled her to work in a variety of different design styles. Gaining the client’s trust is of utmost importance to the designer. Once that is established, she can nudge them out of their comfort zone which allows for maximum creativity in her projects.