The primary bed and bath…
Complementing the minimal palette…
of the mains spaces, we wanted to keep this room light and bright while adding more dimension. Although we started with white walls on the first floor, we decided on a blue-grey grasscloth on the walls in this space to bring a warm and serene feeling and accentuate the asymmetrical ceiling detail.
Holden Swivel Chair
Hackney Floor Lamp
Beck Leather Stool
White Washed Ceramic Pot
Reaching across the ceiling…
a wooden beam draws the eye to a streamlined light fixture that anchors the space. To contrast to the grass cloth walls, we added a white headboard and two modern, wooden nightstands.
Maison Louis Marie Candle
Natural Cane Box
Marble Handle Catch-All Dish
Leather Wrapped Clock
Glazed Stoneware Planter
add interest and coziness to the overall look and feel of the room. We incorporated brown vintage textiles, mixed and matched patterns, and shapely sconces above each nightstand.
Once we had everything together, we realized we needed to add artwork above the bed. We ended up incorporating one of our client’s personal pieces, and we love how it ties the tones in the room together.
“Even in really modern spaces, don’t be afraid to incorporate vintage textures to keep things feeling cozy even if the lines of the home are very streamlined.”
– Shea McGee
At the foot of the bed…
we added a vintage bench that brings instant warmth to the look. Even in really modern spaces, don’t be afraid to incorporate vintage textures to keep things feeling cozy, even if the lines of the home are very streamlined.
is plated with a reclaimed beam and a marble hearth, playing to the clean lines throughout the home. We styled a commissioned art piece above to soften the look and add a focal point to the space. While we didn’t initially have drapery planned for this space, we decided to add it for an additional layer that really softened the room.
To set off the straight lines…
throughout the home, we incorporated lots of curved pieces. In this space, we did a curved-back chair for extra seating by the cornered window. To complement the curve of the chair, we added an arched mirror over the dresser to finish off the space and bounce the light from the view into the room.