Eclectic Elegance

This vibrant living area utilizes both modern and traditional pieces to create a transitional, eclectic stunner. The green-hued ceiling grounds the design, allowing beautiful, vivacious colors and patterns to shine. The same green, in varying intensities, flows throughout to create cohesion and continuity. The unique chandelier, called a branchelier, was cut from a Magnolia tree, silver-leafed, then embellished with chains and lucite drops. Two unique sofas mirror each other, creating balance and drawing your eye to the center of the room. The yellow flower-patterned drapes add an unexpected chicness to this already distinctive palette.


 
Interior designer: Michelle Workman,
Michelle Workman Interiors

 
Photography by Leila Grossman
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