Tilton Fenwick

Boutique design firm, Tilton Fenwick, was “built on a mutual appreciation for traditional aesthetic with a fresh perspective.”  Anne Maxwell Foster and Suysel dePedro Cunningham started the firm in 2010.  They embrace color and pattern and enjoy mixing both in unexpected ways.  I knew that I would love them when I realized that the orange chaise lounge that keeps showing up here OPP was of their creation…

Tilton Fenwick

Their fabric collection for Duralee was launched in January 2014 and wouldn’t you know they also love the peacock…

Tilton Fenwick

available in several color ways…

Tilton Fenwick

and fabulous when mixed with other patterns…

Tilton Fenwick

check out the collection at Tilton Fenwick for Duralee…

Tilton Fenwick

love the design in this bedroom from Traditional Home Feb/March 2014

Tilton Fenwick

this looks like a room daughter would have embraced…

Tilton Fenwick

love this room with the back-to-back green velvet sofas…

Tilton Fenwick

Tilton Fenwick

closer inspection reveals the pagoda lanterns…

Tilton Fenwick

a pagoda for my dining room table is the subject of my current search…

Tilton Fenwick

Tilton Fenwick received the “Rising Star of Interior Design” award in 2011, they were selected to participate in the 2011 Hampton Designer Showhouse and were selected as one of Traditional Home magazine’s 2011 Top 20 “New Traditionalists.”

My admiration was clinched when I saw this on their instagram…

Tilton Fenwick

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Comments

  1. Leslie Dement Cox says:

    Oooohhh! Refreshing – yet, still “traditional”, and just plain FUN!!!….LOVE IT! Don’t know what I’d do without all the WONDERFUL “tidbits” of delight you tuck into my world with your Blog. I’m delving deep into Furlow’s world right now – and loving every minute of it! As always, thank you for your unselfish sharing of this beautiful world around us!

    • mnestorc@aol.com says:

      So glad that you enjoy my ramblings! I just love exploring and looking at beautiful things. Isn’t Furlow amazing? Thanks for reading!

  2. Angelyn says:

    Loved these beautiful fabrics and designs!!!! Fab post!

    • mnestorc@aol.com says:

      I love it too – they are very talented! Glad you enjoyed reading about them.