The colour confidence of this family of art lovers shows in their paint choices with each room painted a different colour. Here, British Racing Green graces the living room wall and grounds the mid-century inspired sofa and tropical side table.
“They had already purchased the sofa, dining table, TV console and beds before the renovation, so we also had to make sure that the whole look would come together,” explains the designer.
Tying together the loose pieces of furniture, ornaments and art that the family has amassed was a consideration and the designer solved it by designing this major built-in cabinet. It has mid-century vibes to match the family’s furniture collection and bold, earthy colours to run with the room’s daring green.
Having a mix of open and closed storage and varying the material and colour choice makes the unit interesting enough as a focal point in the room.
One bathroom is a study in blues…while the other is monochromatic with a whimsical mirror. The daughter chose a refreshing shade of turquoise for her bedroom. Pink walls and pale pink wardrobe doors make the master bedroom a soothing, calm sanctuary.
Excerpt from Houzz, May 2019
Colour and art define this family apartment