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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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