|Hamptons home office by Carrier and Company|
Hello, all! I hope everyone is having a good week so far! I got sidetracked recently, brainstorming room ideas after I saw the picture below. It is such an interesting color scheme and it made me think of the burl table I just marked down over on Chairish. That got me thinking about other ways to style it and here we are!
|Living room by Barbara Barry|
I like how there is not much color here, but the room has such depth. It manages a balance of warm and cool tones that makes for such an elegant room. I know y'all are going to get sick of me posting stuff about the items I have for sale but I chose them because I thought they were beautiful: in form, in color, in style. This table in particular:
Its smooth curves and combination of olive burl and macassar ebony woods caught my attention immediately. The colors on it are so lovely and it somehow manages to ride the line between modern and classic.
|Pretty book matched burl tabletop|
I could go on and on. Ha!
|Michael Smith's Palm Springs home via Architectural Digest|
I saw a similar table in the Architectural Digest article about the completely renovated Palm Springs home of Michael Smith and James Costos. (It's hiding there in the back of the picture above.)
You guys have got to check out that article. The house is so neat!
|Vignette with burl wood console by Lilly Bunn|
|Palm Beach living room by Cullman & Kravis|
I really think this table could fit in many different settings, but I kept coming back to the idea of it in a room with similar warm tones.
|Phoebe Howard from her book Mrs Howard Room by Room|
Then I started thinking how neat it would be contrasted against darker walls, but still in a more casual, comfortable color.
|Room by CeCe Thompson Green (a Bunny Williams protege) via DiCorcia Design|
|And, coincidentally, an olive green room by Ms. Bunny Williams herself|
So using these images and the nascent autumn as inspiration , I came up with a room of my own:
|Foliage / Lamp / Table / Bird Prints / Sofa / Pillow / Pillow / Curtains / Chair / Chair Fabric / Paint Color|
Unless you want a moody, enveloping room (which is fun too), it's good to keep the curtains and larger upholstery in the space light. I love these Anthropologie curtains; they really do make me think of falling leaves! I love hints of a theme in a space, so that's why I did birds on the pillows and the framed prints. You gotta have fun with it!
I hope this gives you some ideas for your own home! Have a great day!