Purism in design styling, that is – sticking solely to one theme within a space, rarely yields a striking result. Too much of the same thing in a newly furnished room tends to read as bland and unimaginative.
Think of a time you entered a room, where all the furniture was of exactly the same style, the woods were the same finish, and every fabric was “matchy-matchy”. Something about that feels “off”, doesn’t it? A well-designed space draws from multiple sources and includes various colors, textures, and design eras. The palette shown here marries influences from both Art Deco and Mid-Century Modern. Soothing cream tones contrast acidic greens and glam mosaics are juxtaposed with rustic wood-look finishes.
The magic IS in the mix, so find your inspiration and go mix it up!
GTM Artisan Metal’s pattern ART DECO 6, in BRONZE M1000, designed by Urban Metal.
The gorgeous finishes supporting this palette, were generously supplied by our collaborative partners:
Felicia Wallace-Benton at Daltile, Catherine Pelletier at Carnegie Fabrics, Linda Cipriano at Benjamin Moore and Mohawk Carpet
Benjamin Moore Paint: HC-172 Revere Pewter, 2150-30 Savannah Green
Carnegie Fabrics: Shoreline 6054-1, Framework 6482-1
Daltile: Fabric Art MT51 Beige, Marble M072 Bamboo, Jewel Tide Mosaic JT01 Sparkling Sand, LVT LT36,
Mohawk Group: Power Surge, Amplitude GT147, 641 Thrive
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