Reflection reinterprets space through a daring interplay of styles. With Chandos Collective at the helm, the 10,000 sq ft home embraces a bold paradox, merging the architectural integrity of its plantation roots with sleek, contemporary interior design elements and styling.  The old-world architecture becomes a supporting actor to center-stage modern furnishings as the home morphs into a conversation-starter—a canvas for art, and a haven for entertainers.

Chandos Reflection - Main Entry Stairs Into Dining Room
Chandos Reflection Dining Room

“We’ve shown that the elegance of historic architecture can be the perfect foil for today’s modern aesthetic.”

– Chandos Dodson Epley

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Chandos Reflection - Entryway - Francisco Sobrino Structure


Francisco Sobrino

Structure permutationelle B-11-G, 1967
Stainless steel, edition 7/9


Robert Cottingham

Hot, from American Signs, 2009
Screenprint in colors on wove paper

Chandos Reflection - Den

Mara Held

Straight Lines, 2020
Gouache and egg tempera on paper

Chandos Reflection - Dining Room - Mara Held Straight Lines
Chandos Reflection - Stair Landing - Christian Eckhart RW 1
Chandos Reflection Arched Hallway

Unexpected Yet Harmonious

Chandos Reflection - Den Window View
Chandos Reflection - Kate Shepard - Corita's Sister
Chandos Reflection Powder Room Stairs

Old-World Charm and Contemporary Luxury

Chandos Reflection - Master Bathroom Chanel Art
Chandos Reflection - Bath- Donald Baechler Untitled #1 (From Days of the Week), 1994 Woodcut in Colors
Chandos Reflection - Hall Bench