Right after decades dwelling in Los Angeles, designer Schuyler Samperton determined to trade coasts and go again east. She was blessed enough to uncover a vintage household in Litchfield, Connecticut entire with barn and business house to dwelling her burgeoning textile enterprise. Please be a part of me and Susanna as we pay back a go to to the charming 19th century dwelling that Schuyler and her husband or wife, Marc Lazard, now connect with residence.
She may have only recently moved in, but Schuyler’s household is already imbued with her approachable fusion of laid back again west coastline style and refined east coastline sensibilities. Incorporating treasured heirlooms from her mom and dad and meaningful reminiscences of all her 4 legged family members members, her house resonates with personality and adore.
Possessing grown up with an architect father and an über stylish mom, design comes in a natural way to Schuyler. But it was her serendipitous career go into interiors, doing the job for celebrated designer Michael Smith, that set her on course.
Schuyler’s vibrant pattern-crammed spaces really feel maximal nevertheless organic and natural and though they might seem effortless, it is a testament to Schuyler’s talent – melding the multiple levels for an quick, comfortable outcome that has depth, warmth and visible fascination.
In other fingers, it could experience stodgy or staid but Schuyler manages to infuse it all with a new youthful vision.
Her approachable frame of mind extends to her textile line. Based mostly on her love and own selection of vintage examples she has gathered for many years, Schuyler Samperton Textiles have the similar stylish and effortless likely flexibility as her interiors. And whilst her property leans in direction of a intimate bohemian vision (think Byron or Bloomsbury meet up with California and Connecticut), her fabric line can very easily segue into any model.
So thank you Schuyler for welcoming us into your stunning home. You could be new to Connecticut but your house feels like you were often intended to live there!
all shots by Stacey Bewkes for Quintessence