Designer Credits: Barbara Elliott and Jennifer Ward - Woods
Our homeowner wanted a sleek, sophisticated, stylish family room with a neutral color palette and pops of color. She had recently moved from a much larger home to pursue condo living. The new space has beautiful scenery, but the rooms are much smaller than what she was accustomed to.
To open up this space and give it the illusion of feeling and appearing to be larger, we painted the walls in a light gray hue. The windows are treated with a large metal rod that extended the width of the wall and dressed with soft cream sheers to allow the natural sunlight to shine through. A large gray sectional was added for seating along with a funky style accent chair. The chair was done in a bright orange fabric to allow for pops of color on the neutral color palate. We added a sleek graphic gray and cream area rug to anchor the furniture. A large stone top table and iron and glass end tables finished the look. Beautiful abstract art was added to the back wall for lots of colors while accessory pieces extended the pops of color throughout the room.