Design is all about layering. It is a thoughtful approach ensuring it supports my clients day to day activities along with aesthetics. Here are 3 simple ways you can create a balance between aesthetics and functionality. Enjoy reading and feel free to email me with any questions.
1. Accent wallpaper:
A textured concrete accent wallpaper was the way to go, as we wanted to create a sophisticated look for this master bedroom. Simple and makes a statement. Click here to see before + after pictures.
2. Metal accents:
These metal nightstands with an antique mirror top just seals the deal. The drawers enables my client to keep his personal accessories and the top and bottom space to keep books, glassware, etc. He also didn't want table lamps as he wanted ample space on the nightstand top. We choose an adjustable metal wall sconce that met the aesthetics and also provided him the flexibility to use it as a reading lamp when needed.
3. Mixing Materials:
We used a bold leather swivel chair for additional seating, a cowhide rug, an upholstered headboard for a splash of color. An fun way to add some personality to an otherwise neutral palette.