Dissecting the Details: Andrew Howard

Hello lovely LDV readers! Nancy of Marcus Design here, back with another edition of Dissecting the Details. Today, I’m examining the work of Florida-based designer Andrew Howard. More specifically, I was quite smitten with his kitchen designs and how he consistently creates a bright, tailored, and functional space. Let’s take a closer look at 5 key elements Andrew implements in his kitchens.

I’m a real fan of the built-in banquette; not only does it look chic, but it also saves space and brings a fantastic opportunity to introduce multiple textiles to the kitchen.
Andrew utilizes large upholstered stools in many of his kitchen designs, they are a soft spot to perch and yet another opportunity for pattern, color, and texture through fabrics.
I simply adore the show-stopping fixtures Andrew selects for each of his projects; whether brass paired pendants, groupings, or even flush mount ceiling fixtures, they all capture well-deserved attention. It’s like adding jewelry to the space!
Tailored details like this coiffured ceiling and  panelled wall truly make the space. When good bones exist in a room, it can make the design sing!
Lastly, there is one definite design detail that cannot go unmentioned; every kitchen in this post includes various shades of the color blue. Appropriately so, Andrew’s designs reflect the influence of the Florida ocean and lends a coastal-chic meets tailored-traditional vibe to each of these spaces.
To see more from Andrew Howard Interior Design, visit his portfolio here. Until next time!

6 thoughts on “Dissecting the Details: Andrew Howard

  1. We adore Andrew Howard and his kitchens are always our favorites! The fabric he chooses for each kitchen are always statement making and the one with the wooden stools…gorgeous!!

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