A confidant paint tone and neutral seat turns a dull room into a friendly retreat

March 30, 2017 - accent chair

(The Washington Post)

Lori Stillman has lovingly easy her ancestral home in Manassas though desperately needs a new demeanour for a 13-by-15-foot family room. Her 13-year-old daughter has announced it a “mishmash of grandma furniture,” she says, so she knows it’s time to tackle this space. She can pierce a mechanism to another room and is looking for suggestions on creation a space a warm, gentle mark for examination TV and gathering, while progressing a upsurge of traffic. She gravitates toward a transitory character and wants well-made pieces that will reason adult over time.

(Leah L. Jones/For The Washington Post)

Designer Michelle Borden suggests a confidant paint tone for a small, splendid space and keeps a chain of a lounge and radio while adding versatile seating. She blends normal pieces with some pointed mid-century complicated accents as a curtsy to a tastes of Stillman and her teenage daughter.

(Interior digest by Rodney Co/3D Storm Studio/for The Washington Post)

A tiny space with lots of windows will not feel dark. Try a thespian paint color, such as Sherwin-Williams’s Porpoise. Use light seat and fate to change it out. Have light seat pieces treated to conflict dirt and stains. Try a white mobile shade interconnected with wool-blend fate for insulation but sacrificing healthy light. Move a list and chair to a brook window alcove, and hang a square of art there to emanate a focal point. Choose a accumulation of seating options, including armchairs and stools, for a versatile space that will accommodate guest when needed. Opt for neutral, rather than colorful, accents that use hardness and accumulation to emanate visible interest. The censor area rug, velvet armchair and white lacquer media console assistance accomplish this. Hang a TV on a wall, about 4 to 5 inches above a console, to giveaway adult a aspect for musical elements.

(Antoine Mensah; The Washington Post)

Borden, with Perceptions Interiors (202-330-5619, perceptions interiors.com), is formed in a District.

(Mitchell Gold+Bob Williams Home; West Elm)

SPLURGE: Solange list ($2,745, mgbwhome.com), left. SAVE: Mid-century list in white ($599, westelm.com).

(Mitchell Gold+Bob Williams Home; Pier One)

SPLURGE: Lawson chest ($3,230, mgbwhome.com), left. SAVE: Mirella mirrored 54-inch TV mount ($700, pier1.com).

Furniture: Essex lounge in healthy with casters ($2,199, crateandbarrel.com); transparent acrylic Zella accent list ($230, worldmarket.com); tufted ottoman in healthy ($449, cb2.com); Angela collection multi dining chair ($220, pier1.com ); velvet Holloway armchair in light gray ($1,298, anthropologie.com). Accessories: Library accent flare in antique coronet with English-barrel linen shade in white, distance C ($204, restorationhardware. com); Explosion candelabrum ($799, potterybarn. com); acrylic tray ($44 for 14-by-18-inch) and floating timber building counterpart in white lacquer ($399), both from westelm.com; “Symbolism” epitome wall art ($399, wisteria.com); Monroe ­
8-by-10-foot censor carpet ($1,199, cb2.com); Daniel tree sofa ($150, allmodern.com); three-fourths-inch light-filtering single-cell mobile shades in ivory (from $237) and pinch-pleat wool-blend tradition blind panels in snow (from $409), both from theshadestore.com.

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