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luxe interiors + design

On Neutral Ground. easy-going fabrics and comfortable furnishings give way to organic textures and patterns, bringing california dreaming to the east coast.
By: 
Linda Hayes
Photography: 
Jessica Klewicki Glynn
April 2015

Weaver’s first task was establishing an appropriate style and palette. “The architecture was in good shape, but the interiors needed revamping,” notes the designer. “The owners liked warmer tones, something unexpected that was a departure from South Florida’s quintessential pinks and greens.” To that end, she laid a neutral base of taupes, whites, grays and browns, and then popped in some saffron and orange for color.

Working from her home base in San Francisco, Weaver plotted finishes and developed design boards and computerized floor plans to determine where all of the furnishings would go. Some pieces were designed by Weaver herself, while others were sourced from California in order to foster a more West Coast vibe.