A family room, that is created to entertain but still be used on a daily basis. An entryway that is very simple and uncluttered. My client wanted this space to be elegant but functional because this is a space that her family uses daily. She also wanted the space to be pet friendly. She loves coral and wanted to incorporate this color in the room without it being overwhelming. We included navy blue to complement the accent color and neutrals to ground everything.
My client wanted a space that felt like home for her and her family. The inspirational piece for this room was the artwork over the sideboard. We wanted to incorporate some of the colors in this artwork without having the colors overpower the room. We went with a custom made sectional, in a high performance fabric in a silver taupe color. We chose the high performance fabric because she has kids, so we wanted a fabric that was easy to clean. The accent wall is a charcoal gray color, so we chose the two storage cabinets in neutral wood. We wanted the client to have enough seating for entertaining, so we added two accent chairs and a nesting table, that created a conversation area. We also chose a coffee table that complemented the storage cabinets. We wanted the artwork to be the focal point of the room, so we chose a beautiful green sideboard to place under the artwork. We added a contemporary round dining table in the breakfast area and completed the look with leather chairs in a camel color.
For this project, the client was moving into a smaller upscale apartment building and needed a tranquil space for relaxing and entertaining. We used neutral tones throughout the apartment with pops of bold jewel tones in accessories, decor and bedding. Modern artwork pulls together the room.
The transitional feel of the room has traditional elements with modern appeal. The living room upholstery is from Bassett Furniture and has lush texture in chenille and velvet that adds depth to the pieces. The upholstered beds soften the room and contrast the modern storage pieces. Because the space is open, we kept the light and airy feeling with sheer linen drapery panels that match throughout for a subtle touch.
The open concept living area and kitchen space required finishing touches and decorative accessories to really bring the space to life. Accent colors were pulled from the rug in the living area and used throughout the space. A large amount of interest was brought in by accessorizing the bookcases/built-ins. Personal accents such as family photos and other pictures were incorporated along side the accent colors to bring everything together.
Pattern, texture and color were brought into the master bedroom with the addition of pillows, throws and a large area rug. The differing patterns work together to create an inviting master bedroom space while the pops of color and texture bring it to life.