Casa Decor made its US debut in late 2006, traveling from Europe to Miami's shores accompanied by an exhilarating fanfare. Visitors entered the showhouse through Jeffrey Thrasher's enchanted garden, which flowed through the Mediterranean building's porte-cochere with lush charm.
Iconic Contemporary, South Beach
When Jeffrey Thrasher's client moved from a Coconut Grove home to a hip condominium in the ICON South Beach, he paid homage to the building's ultramodern flair, creating a home befitting the building's superior declaration.
Georgetown Modern, Washington DC
"Don't be fooled by the 1840's façade," writes Raul Barreneche for Interior Design Magazine about this home designed by Jeffrey Thrasher; "this may be the most cutting-edge town house in Washington, D.C."
Murano Portofino pied-à-terre, Miami Beach
In the book Inspired High-End Interior Design (Schiffer), author Shane Reilly wrote of this home in the Murano Portofino, which was designed by Jeffrey Thrasher, "Thrasher created a space that upon entry your sense of sight is heightened. He employed rich, saturated colors, bold curvy pieces, and alluring art."
Collector's Canvas, Coconut Grove
When a client loves the artful abode created by his favorite designer, what’s he to do when an update is absolutely essential to highlight an exploding art collection? Move out and have the designer do a re-do, of course!