Achille Associates International

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Los Angeles, CA (As seen in Living With Color)

A contemporary residence in the Hollywood Hills for art collectors. Chinese slate floors blend with a custom colored chenille fabric on the furnishings provides the perfect backdrop for the artwork. A Knoll coffee table, paired with a custom stamped steel waterfall table, keeps this living room crisp and cool for these art collectors.

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Washington, DC

The Master Bedroom of this residence offers a spacious and restful respite from the hustle and bustle of the city. Warm hues and the marvelous textures of silk, linen, cotton and wool, add to the comfort and serenity of this quiet getaway.

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Hilton Head, SC

This Low Country residence in South Carolina reflects the influences of Charleston, but it has been infused with natural sisal carpeting, pine antiques and printed hemp draperies on the Living Room French doors. This newly constructed residence maintains classical integrity by virtue of its ten-foot ceilings throughout, eight-foot door heights, antique wide plank pine floors transported from Pennsylvania. The house was specifically sited to maximize the water views from all rooms.

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Hilton Head, SC

This residence on the intercoastal waterway of the east coast of the United States reflects a sense of place. The owners’ collection of model ships has been displayed around their second home. The color palate, along with Swedish and American pine furniture, is a great backdrop for the bright tones that reflect a water location.

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Los Angeles, CA

The Breakfast Room and Media Room of this California Mediterranean home in the Hollywood Hills allows the afternoon sun to poor in, highlighting heavily distressed wood and limestone flooring, columns and moldings inside, and the pool beyond.

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Washington, DC

The Entry to this residence sets the stage for the blending of the classical and contemporary elements throughout. The classic limestone flooring, large scaled moldings and center hall table have been infused with the contemporary stainless steel chairs and the satin nickel and alabaster sconces and chandelier.

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Middleburg, VA (As seen in Architectural Digest, May, 1997)

This Entrance Hall shows what can happen when a classic room is infused with a salmon tone accented by crisp white trim. The flying staircase is carpeted in a custom wool runner with matching salmon border. The sconces flanking the mirror over the French console are 18th Century carved wood and gesso, which have not been electrified. The client prefers to light candles instead. The black granite figural sculpture contrasts with the antique English tall case clock, finished in a black lacquer with Chinoise decoration.

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M/Y Waterford (As seen in Show Boats International, March, 1997 & Boat International, June, 1997)

The Master Stateroom on a custom built yacht shows casual elegance in a very restful color palate. Custom maple cabinetry was designed to maximize interior space and provide ample storage. The linen velvet headboard is a great backdrop for the linen pillows. The extensive use of mirrors helps to enlarge the space.

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M/Y Waterford (As seen in Show Boats International, March, 1997 & Boat International, June, 1997)

Creative touches, such as the framed mirror on a mirrored wall, the use of limestone floors, marble countertops and maple cabinetry, contribute to a very warm and spacious Master Bath on a custom yacht.

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M/Y Waterford (As seen in Show Boats International, March, 1997 & Boat International, June, 1997)

The Dining Room of this luxury yacht is in the warm tones of maple and camel. The Pompeian fresco acts a focal point in the room. Beautiful hand carved antique Italian figured candleholders rest on the sideboard. The marble staircase leads to lower the staterooms on the Cabin Deck.

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