As the founder of Colordrunk Designs, it’s no surprise she reaches for all things bright, bubbly, and fun. Here’s what’s inspiring her now.
Gregg Irby Gallery. This little abstract is by Elaine Burge. 996 Huff Road
Pucci’s beaded stripes and bold prints are inspiring me to use more tapes, trims, and tassels on window treatments and furniture.
My hot pink, lacquered chest with bright green tassels from Oomph. It’s in my foyer as an introduction to what the rest of the house is about.
Herend figurines. My husband gives me one every year for my birthday. Neiman Marcus, Lenox Square
“Les Touches” by Brunschwig & Fils. It is neither an animal print nor a polka dot but evokes both. Kravet, ADAC
The Palm Springs Time Machine, a house for rent that has barely been touched since 1969. When I retire, I plan to live in a house like that and wear caftans and drink pink drinks by the pool all day.
For accessories, I often go to trade sources like Global Views at AmericasMart, but I also love Jonathan Adler and his sassy, quirky sculpture and accessories.
This article appears in our Spring 2019 issue of Atlanta Magazine’s HOME.