“There is gold and abundance of costly stones, but the lips of knowledge are a precious jewel.”
It is time for another installment of our “designer series”! I always enjoy putting these posts together because they show the talent and style of such great designers! Today I want to introduce you to Sarah Bartholomew! Sarah grew up in Virginia and was influenced by the classical architecture that surrounded her, especially by Thomas Jefferson….as you will soon see! She has an approachable design aesthetic that can be described as timeless, simple, classic, and all American. I, personally love her work and style…and I think you will too!
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What I love about Sarah Bartholomew is she learned from visits to Monticello, Mount Vernon, and from studying at the University of Virginia where she was surrounded by classical design with its rotunda, pavilions, and serpentine walls. Then she taught herself by studying the works of some of the great designers like Albert Hadley, Oscar de la Renta, Bunny Williams, and Hubert de Givenchy. I think her research and study has served her well. Her version of traditional style with crisp colors and patterns will be timeless.
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