This client wanted a home that was inviting, modern, and had an eclectic flair since this is their second home. The light color pallet of upholstery combined with the pattern of pillows and textured casegoods creates a space that is interesting and inviting.
The living room has sofas that are comfortable and plush to allow for lounging. The burlwood console with lucite lamps provides a focal point within the living room. The coffee table has a natural grass texture and glass that creates a fun combination of materials. The low-profile swivel chairs flanking the fireplace allow for additional seating without cutting off the flow of the room.
The bedroom is a fun mixture of textures. Underfoot there is a soft lush rug to step on when getting in and out of bed. The faux fur bedding provides a contrast to the sharpness of the burlwood side tables and fluted front dresser. The curved lines of the bench at the foot of the bed finishes off the final touches of the bedroom.
Being a new build, there wasn’t much that needed to be done in the kitchen. The use of upholstered backless barstools allows for comfort without blocking the sightline into the living room.