Interior Design2018-10-18T20:52:18+00:00




Sean listens with great attention to the needs and desires of his clients. He takes pains to understand a client’s aesthetic and to discover an ideal functionality and flow in their space. His execution regularly surpasses original expectations, but his results are born of a client’s desires and nurtured imagination. Sean’s ultimate goal is that clients love their homes as much as he loves his own.




Neo Moorish

NEO MOORISH – This 14,000 sq. foot home, located on DAVIS ISLAND in Tampa, started out as a Spanish Colonial Revival. After several unfortunate remodels and the removal of original materials, the only option was to strip it down to its bones. Authentic materials were then re-introduced and used extensively on the exterior and interior to both unify and create a lavish and layered Spanish/Moorish fusion.

PALM BEACH MOROCCAN – A 6,500 square foot, Marion Syms Wyeth home built in 1926 warms beautifully with Sean Rush’s MOROCCAN FLAVORED TRANSFORMATION.

MODERN BEACH CONDO – Light-drenched rooms float above the ATLANTIC OCEAN with a palette that shifts as subtly as the constantly changing colors of sky and water.

SPOTISWOODE – On the National Register this 14,000 sqft Tudor Revival was built in 1927 by DONALD ROEBLING, great-grandson of John Augustus Roebling, builder of the Brooklyn Bridge. The redesign was a two and a half year project which restored it to magnificence.