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Equally Gorgeous… It’s The Big Day!

June 27th, 2013 | by Christopher Kennedy | Comments

Now that the world’s attention is focused on marriage – I thought I would revisit one my most enjoyable projects – the design of our clients’ wedding in South Palm Springs.  I had designed two residential projects for this couple before they asked me to bring my “design eye” to their big day. 

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We took full advantage of the desert landscape, using the majestic mountains as the backdrop. Two tents, one for dancing, and one for lounging, flanked the formal dining area.

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I used pieces from my outdoor furniture line to create the lounge. Here you can see selections from my Hope Series, styled on the familiar Chesterfield sofas I remember fondly from my childhood.

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I combined some of my favorite accessory finds from Zuo Modern with collected antiques to create a feeling of modern romance.

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I brought in Thomas and Wilfred from Modernflora to bring my concept for the flowers to life.

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I used rolls of wallcovering from F. Schumacher for the table runners.

It was “all smiles and fun ” for my creative installation team as we transformed the space – creating a modern romantic setting for our clients’ big day.

 

 

ABOUT THIS BLOGGER: Based in Palm Springs and Los Angeles, Christopher is best known for his clean, modern aesthetic. His design projects currently include luxury desert escapes, homes in the Hollywood Hills, lofts in New York City, and waterfront properties from British Columbia to Laguna Beach.  His eponymous furniture line is available in showrooms in Palm Desert, Los Angeles, and Denver.  Locally, his candle line is available at Paul Kaplan at Raymond Lawrence, Palm Springs.

Click here to visit his online portfolio 

 

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