Mozley’s unique decor embraces the loft architecture of her home, working with the soaring ceilings and exposed brick and ductwork.
“It’s a lofty environment, and I wanted to maintain that look. I didn’t want to fight it. I wanted to embrace it,” said Mozley. “Traditional interiors wouldn’t really go with what’s happening here.”
Residents: Artist Janet Mozley
Size: 1,800 square feet with two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Year bought: 2008
Architectural style: Loft
Favorite architectural elements: Exposed brick walls, high ceilings and exposed electrical and ductwork.
Interior design styles: Eclectic transitional
Favorite interior design elements: Ship on the dining room table and art throughout the loft.
Collections: Heart-shaped stones and shells in the bedroom, tiny clay houses in the living room and wooden aardvarks in the bedroom.
Favorite outdoor feature: Terrace, which is partially covered to make it usable all year.
Resources: Furniture and decor from RH, B.D. Jeffries, South of Market, Home Studio Interiors, Pieces, Brown Jordan, Silk Purse and Scott Antique Markets. Lighting from Rejuvenation, Circa Lighting, South of Market and Home Studio Interiors. Art by Janet Mozley, Bill Davidson, T. M. Nicholas, Susan Graber, Sandee Oliver Bartkowski, Henry Barnes and from Lagerquist Gallery.
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