Philadelphia power couple Nicole Cashman, CEO of Cashman & Associates, and Nigel Richards, techno DJ turned real estate pro, have transformed their historic Wyndmoor estate into a dream home that perfectly reflects their bold personalities and passion for entertaining, writes Erica Moody for Philadelphia Magazine.
The couple moved to the suburbs three years ago, after decades of city living.
ECG Design’s Elizabeth Greenhalgh helped them fill the home with glamorous and playful details, including tailored floor-to-ceiling drapes with tassel ties, a vintage Louis Vuitton light sculpture, and a dramatic antique rock-crystal chandelier, among many others items.
All of this along with Philip Jeffries’ Tinseltown wallpaper reflects a Hollywood Regency influence.
The grand dining area is perfect for dinner parties. There are many conversation pieces throughout the home, such as the large painting of Mick Jagger in the living room.
Denny Dent’s painting “added a lovely pop to a white wall and balanced the bold of the high-gloss black paint on the woodwork and built-ins,” said Greenhalgh.
Meanwhile, the game room is adorned with the original sign from 611 Records, Richards’s former South Street store, and a bridge table once owned by Richards’s grandmother.
Read more about the home of Nicole Cashman and Nigel Richards in Philadelphia Magazine.