A good Interior designer can transform any space giving it a life and a style of it’s own. I always say, each space has a story to tell, which is my approach when shooting interiors. In designing this Winter Park spec house, that’s just what Abigail W. Rizor of Wolfe-Rizor Interiors accomplished. Located in the charming tree streets neighborhood, the goal for Abigail was to show what is possible for the space, showcasing it’s fullest potential. In collaboration with builder Darryl Hill of Michael Charles Homes, Abigail kept the color palette neutral, curating simplistic and refined furnishings and decor that paired well with the black and white theme.
During our walk through to prepare for our photo shoot, I fell in love with the bones of the home! While new, it still boasted it’s own unique character with or without furnishings. And I’m in LOVE with anything black, white, and gold these days, I was like a kid in a candy store with my camera. I photographed a mixture of wide shots paired with intimate details, something I do with any space I shoot when I can, giving it an editorial feel. Whether this home goes to a growing family or just a couple, I bet whoever moves in, will know just what the potential of their space could look like!
Photography by Abby Liga Photography, Interior Deisgn by: Wolfe-Rizor Interiors, Builder: Darryl Hill for Michael Charles Homes, Sofa by: Baker Furniture, Club Chairs by: Lee Industries, Rug by Carpet Source, Cabinets by Central Kitchen and Bath, Bar Stools by Wayfair, Outdoor Furniture: Lectus Furniture, Landscape by Signature Landscape Contractors