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Rosemoor Place Transformation

What We Did: Furnishings, Paint / Wallpaper, Artwork, Area Rugs, Décor

What does it take to make your home look warm and inviting?  Take a page from this whole-house project where we struck the perfect balance of neutrals and pops of color, plus a mix of textures, eras, and styles to create a cozy, yet fresh vibe that says, “Come in!  You’re going to love it here!” (and placing a stunning flower arrangement in a vintage vase on a center table just inside
the front door doesn’t hurt either!)

  • Foyer / Family Room / Music Room: Grays, taupes, and white accented with soft reds and blue hues

  • Kitchen / Breakfast Area: Taupes and neutrals, soft green with blue, green, and red accents

  • Dining Room: Gray, red, blue, dark woods

  • Powder Room: Red, teal, sky blue, chocolate brown wood, and granite

  • Sunroom: Turquoise, beige, whitewashed woods, hints of yellow and orange

  • Primary Suite: Sky blue, beige, red lacquer, pale blue, pale green

  • Teen Girl’s Bedroom Suite: Light cream, blush, silver mercury glass, polished nickel, pale blue

  • Young Boy’s Bedroom: Navy blue, gray, turquoise, dark woods

The Color Palettes

This Project’s “Don’t Miss” Details

  • The clients’ collection of antique décor pieces we wove into the home’s new design

  • The fierce floral patterned wallpaper covering the powder room’s walls

  • The whimsical handcrafted metal décor atop the family room’s mantle

  • The breakfast table and chairs’ rich custom finish

  • The sunroom’s cheerful blue paint color, vintage bed swing, and lighted wood and mesh hanging globe

  • The commissioned pieces by Angela Marie Art and the air plant wall in the teen girl’s bedroom and bath

  • The young boy’s bedroom’s Marvel superhero theme and custom initial wall plaques

  • The “A Drive Through Virginia” painting by Jennifer Austin Jennings and the red lacquer Chinese cabinet in the master bedroom; the large ceramic rose “wall brooches” in the primary bath

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