We moved away from our usual light, airy aesthetic toward the dark and dramatic in this formal living and dining space.
In the family room we focused on plentiful seating and a wall of decorative shelving to serve as alternative viewpoint for when the TV is not in use.
Though easily overlooked, we made a moment of the small dinette space between the kitchen and family room with the addition of a show-stopping walnut table.
We gave the home’s hallways and open spaces a similar treatment by arranging art, furniture and décor into beautiful visual vignettes that can be appreciated from multiple vantage points.
Lastly, we created a calming master retreat featuring beige, grey and rich wood tones. The interplay of textures—velvet, linen, crystal, wood and metal—gives the suite lots of visual interest and offsets the muted colour palette.