Take Two: A Warm Space Gets a Refresh
January 13, 2016 - accent chair
Nine years ago, engineer Leslie Moore of L. Moore Designs, formed out of High Point, NC, helped a strange homeowners of this North Wilkesboro, NC, chateau with all sorts of interior pattern decisions, commencement during a plans stage. When that family changed out, a new owners motionless to keep a lot of a same décor, though they afterwards brought Leslie behind in to freshen adult a chateau and yield a few updates. “It was fun to see a home have a second act with this immature family,” says a designer.
Among a things left alone were a house’s tone palette, many of a window treatments and a lot of a furnishings. Leslie incorporated new family photographs in a family room, that already had a friendly vibe with a gentle colors. In a master bathroom, she combined new wallcovering, lighting and mirrors. “That afterwards led to upgrades in a master bedroom, as well,” says a designer. “We gave that room a new demeanour with tradition window treatments, opposite lighting, and new bedding and artwork.”
The kitchen and breakfast area benefited from a “bump-out,” that offers an affordable approach to supplement some additional space. That combined space includes a desirable banquette area, ideal for vast family gatherings. Able to chair 6 or more, a eating area also facilities casement windows and infrequent bamboo blinds. The engineer systematic tradition stools on casters in an accent fabric, and given they are on casters, they can be pulled adult to a list or wheeled away.
The engineer was quite gratified that a balmy dim trim tone — Sherwin-Williams Pluff Mud — was kept from a strange chateau years ago, reinforcing decisions she had done with a prior owners. “I desired carrying a event to continue operative on this residence,” says Leslie. “Since we was concerned with a formulation stages from before, we enjoyed saying a strange sum that had a durability return.”
Special interjection to photographer Darrell Howard for today’s photos!
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