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Senses and Sensibilities

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Senses and Sensibilities

«KNOW YOUR OWN HAPPINESS.»

― Jane Austen, Sense and Sensibility

Both feminine and masculine elements were used in this decor to please the couple with 4 grown boys who often host parties for all ages. The hints of soft blush were added to the mix to soften the edges. Natural hides and wool carpets complement walnut, antiqued brass and marble surfaces, along with a striking multi-arm sculptural chandelier, from LIGHTMAKER STUDIO, which takes center stage.

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The ladies gravitate to the softly rounded velvet tub chairs for wine or cozy coffees, while the luxury leather sofa is the sprawling domain for the guys during the big games. The organic wood and natural brass on the end table warms up the pale backdrop. Mixed metals unite the various finishes in the room and the pendant light references the past with Edison bulbs, housed in a more contemporary shape.

To balance our ever-constant technology there is an attraction to simple items. Here a clock is offset by a solid brass sculpture that invites touch and play.

Marble surfaces gleam and reflect light in a space that is warmed by whitewashed oak flooring. The radiant heat in the floor literally warms up the room, and comfortable carved wooden tractor seats transform the formal black and white of the cabinetry. Custom kitchen pendants in chrome, brass and rope by PELLE STUDIOS in New York float in the kitchen-dining nook. Placing the marble fireplace higher off the floor lets everyone enjoy the look and warm up on cold winter days.

Velvet, shagreen, silver hide, and linen make a restful master bedroom, with hits of yellow and brass to warm up the cool grays, and featuring a large Robert Abbey Bling ceiling light with round glass baubles that glimmer in all lights. There is a rule about color… color has to happen twice so that it doesn’t look like an accident. In any room, a slight repetition of color makes the room pull together visually, and the simplest, softest way to do that is with toss cushions like these in a luxurious splash of velvet.

The ladies gravitate to the softly rounded velvet tub chairs for wine or cozy coffees, while the luxury leather sofa is the sprawling domain for the guys during the big games. The organic wood and natural brass on the end table warms up the pale backdrop. Mixed metals unite the various finishes in the room and the pendant light references the past with Edison bulbs, housed in a more contemporary shape.

To balance our ever-constant technology there is an attraction to simple items. Here a clock is offset by a solid brass sculpture that invites touch and play.

Marble surfaces gleam and reflect light in a space that is warmed by whitewashed oak flooring. The radiant heat in the floor literally warms up the room, and comfortable carved wooden tractor seats transform the formal black and white of the cabinetry. Custom kitchen pendants in chrome, brass and rope by PELLE STUDIOS in New York float in the kitchen-dining nook. Placing the marble fireplace higher off the floor lets everyone enjoy the look and warm up on cold winter days.

Velvet, shagreen, silver hide, and linen make a restful master bedroom, with hits of yellow and brass to warm up the cool grays, and featuring a large Robert Abbey Bling ceiling light with round glass baubles that glimmer in all lights. There is a rule about color… color has to happen twice so that it doesn’t look like an accident. In any room, a slight repetition of color makes the room pull together visually, and the simplest, softest way to do that is with toss cushions like these in a luxurious splash of velvet.

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