Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Neutral Tones And Dynamic Patterns

From Haute Residence:
Once their sons were old enough to leave home to launch their respective college years and careers, these empty nesters were ready to make a move as well. Their previous home and all of its furnishings had served the family well, but it was time for a fresh start. First acquisitions for the two-story, 4,178-square-foot home, were a pair of one-of-kind Louis-XVI, stainless steel chairs with tempered glass seats, that were prominently placed in the formal living room. This set the mood for this vintage-meets-modern inspired home. Hand-scraped walnut wood floors are featured throughout the home. Dark wood shutters, curved archways, and walls accented with pillars are among the touches that tie-in with family home back in Columbia. 
Fusing traditional components with plans for future, commissioned contemporary artworks, presents challenges, but introducing hand-selected, high-quality lighting, furnishings and accessories, contributes to a cohesiveness that helps blend the two worlds together, the old and the new. (Read more.)


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