“The house is more than a living space,” says Seyie. “It’s a setting for art, both owned and to be created. We ... created a space that worked for the whimsical, generous and magnanimous side of someone who loves his work and the experiences that he has been able to enjoy and wants to share that with others.”
"Together they blended European, African, Asian and Caribbean décor, from the Roman fountain on his back patio and Spanish Revival chandelier in the living room to his Indonesian teak coffee table and the African mask on the wall."
'I look at the layout of the room to allocate the vignette, i.e. various functional groupings in the space. The architecture generally dictates that placement. After selecting the anchor furniture pieces, add in the complementary pieces to make a fully functional space.'