Modern spins French Industrial in Biltmore Park

Chris McMillan, owner of Dwellings in Biltmore Village, has opened a second location in Biltmore Park.   The 1700sqft storefront will include everything from upholstered furniture, large display pieces from India, home decor accessories and will soon have a dedicated lighting section.  Stylistically, Chris has taken a more traditional spin on modern.  He maintains a very neutral palette of whites, charcoals and metals, but throws in some traditional French inspired shapes to create a clean and comfortable look to interior styling.  

5 responses to “Modern spins French Industrial in Biltmore Park

  1. Hi Troy!

    Great blog – it makes me want to visit Asheville again.

    I was checking out the listing of modern real estate companies on Dwell Magazine’s website and I think your site should be listed. See http://www.dwell.com/maps/regional-modern-real-estate.html.

    Later,
    Dawn Z.

  2. HELLO TROY,

    This/your blog is truly a “breath of fresh air” to, and of the Greater Asheville area. Believe me I should know being a native of the area, and having worked in both the areas of law and interior design. I have lived, and worked in Richmond, Boston/Cambridge, Baltimore, and NYC. Both you and your blog, and everything else you have going for Asheville is truly, truly what this area needs.

    Thank you so much, Troy!

    Best always,
    Emory

    • Asheville Modern Architecture, Design and Real Estate

      Thank you so much Emory. I appreciate your words of support.

      All my best,
      Troy

  3. Thank you for this blog, keep up the informative posting. I will be sure to reference it when needed throughout our website once we add our resources section. Keep up the great blogging and thanks again.

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