Martin began by selecting the colors which would be used int their "Georgian Revival", the first of which was fuchsia, an homage to the couple's young daughters, Elliott and Harper.
The living room features chairs by Baker and fuchsia John Derian Moroccan-style poufs. The silk gunmetal-colored curtains are by the Silk Trading Co. The foyer features a Lucian Freud drawing, a chandelier by Ironies, and a table by Gregorius Pineo. The walls feature grass-cloth wallcovering by Donghia.
The massive family room was divided into more manageable areas. This area features sofas and a wool rug from ABC Carpet & Home. The pillows are Ankasa. The deep chocolate color walls have inspired the family to call it "The Godiva Room".
The dining room is anything but "typical Georgetown". Remember, the hunting images and chintz? Instead, RJones chairs are paired with an antique dining table from Liza Sherman Antiques. The focal point of the room is a tangerine African featherdress, which actually plays into the home's coral theme quite well. The zebra-skin rug adds another bold element. The second half of the family room features Lee Industries chairs upholstered in Brunschwig & Fils fabric and an ottoman from ABC Carpet & Home. I'm not sure if you can tell in this small image, but the interior part of the bookshelves is painted in the perfect shade of orange, creating a rich color combination.
The office is dressed in "Winter Solstice" paint (an icy greyish-blue hue) by Benjamin Moore. The mirror was purchased at the Brimfield Antiques Fair and both chairs are vintage. I'm all for letting things show their age to an extent in order to add character, but do you think they've taken it a bit too far with the club chair? It's falling apart!
All images via Elle Decor.