Thursday, June 6, 2013


Interior designer Timothy Whealon in his Southampton home, designed with his fresh, American-inflected style.

 Photos courtesy of Timothy Whealon Interiors
Light, elegant and sophisticated are how I like to describe the work of one of my favorite interior designers, New York-based Timothy Whealon. Incorporating a bit of transparency into his work, Whealon has created a capsule collection of furniture with Lucite makers Plexi-Craft. Long an industry go - to, designers love Plexi for their custom capabilities and inventive creations. Orders take about 10 weeks and can be done to custom dimensions. Above, a look at how he brings a bit of clarity into the serene spaces he creates.
 Photos courtesy of Plexi-Craft
With a vast knowledge of antiques, Whealon understands the history behind the pieces he works with, which are many. Using history as his guide, he re-created the classic Greek Klismos Chair in clear lucite. The arm support and scoop back provides a clean silhouette. A faux leather seat provides a pop of color.

Photos courtesy of Plexi-Craft
A bi-level Bar Cart on casters is sleek and a storage star.

An octagonal motif runs along the sides of the 5-shelf Etagere.


Brooke Michie said...

LOVE all of this. Such talent...

Victoria Larson Textiles said...

I LOVE Plexicraft! I used to specify the heck out of them when I worked for a firm. Beautiful post.

Marisa/Stylebeat said...

I love them too, anything is possible!