In the back of my mind, I knew I wanted to take our own guest room and create a neoclassical environment. When I saw the framed vintage busts matted in linen, my heart palpitated with excitement. Ideas floating through my mind of what I could do with this artwork that would set-off a chain of events that are still coming together today.
Mr. Hampton was offering the grouping for sale once the DC Design House ended. This grouping was too large for our guest room, so he kindly arranged to have a pair framed just like those on display in the design house.
I am overjoyed. It now awaits my husband's skill at hanging artwork onto the walls of the guest bedroom.
There are so many great things I am learning about Mr. Hampton, including his appreciation for architecture and wonderful artistic abilities.
His watercolors are a visional treat.
For more visional treats from Mr. Hampton, check out the latest edition (July 2010) of Home and Design Magazine.
The inspiration is ongoing and contagious!