Published at Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 - 15:46:11 PM. Bedroom. By Cornelie Aubert.
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I always endeavor to incorporate items that mean something to my homeowners and reflect their personalities: their collections, artwork, family photos, etc. These homeowners, a retired executive and his artist wife, have a keen eye and had items they had collected made into lamps for the space that work perfectly. While difficult to see in the photo, small shims were placed between some boards during construction to create random “cracks.” This gave it the appearance of having settled over time and kept it from looking new. Imperfect perfection!
The inspiration for the room started with the geometric fabric used for the ottoman and pillows. The fabric is fun and spirited with a wonderful, fresh color combination. As such the fabric dictated the color palette for the entire room. For the walls, a beautiful, warm, blue color gives the room a tranquil feel which is enhanced by the rich, green color highlighting the back of the built-in cabinetry. On the ceiling a very, very subtle hint of green serves to emphasize the crown molding. Blue chenille on the chairs coordinates with the chenille accents in the ottoman fabric and the rich texture of the shag carpeting. Additionally, beautiful watercolor paintings of local landmarks and a series of watercolor tree prints were chosen for their softness and color palette, and a charming valance with soft pleats in a coordinating fabric completes the space.
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