A while back I posted about a client's sitting room project in progress. You can see that post here
. The room is coming along nicely. Last week the furniture and area rug were delivered. There are a pair of chairs in the room covered in a Designers Guild fabric called Ombrione. It is beautiful to look at and wonderful to touch.
Between the chairs is a French writing desk painted in an aged Taupe. A custom ottoman is covered in a practical, but still beautiful linen from B. Berger. The area rug is from Stark Carpet. It has a ribbed texture and it the softest rug I have ever felt. Perfect for this sitting room off the master bedroom.
I also did a few updates in the living room. Accent pillows were added to the grey velvet sofas, a cushion was made for the window seat and the French styled bench was recovered
The blue bench fabric is a cut velvet from Designers Guild called Fredensborg.
The pillows are covered in Osborne & Little's Wilde Chrysanthemum. This pattern was where the palette for the room started a few years ago.
The walls in the living room are painted a deep, rich brown which is a perfect background for the silver grey sofas.
A custom rug defines the seating area in the room.
The deep trim and mantle in white are a wonderful contrast to the deep brown walls.
Designers Guild pattern Monplasir in red on the window cushion balances the red fabric of the chair and ottoman.
The soft green walls of the entry provide a neutral background for artwork leading to the red walled dining room.
The area rug in the dining room is a custom size and pattern.
The next update will be the window seat in the breakfast area. The cushion is a green wide wale corduroy. The fabric for the new accent pillows is a printed linen from Sanderson. The lively pattern and color palette will be a nice addition to the room.
So stay tuned there's more to come.
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