Flowing through to the other areas, nearest the kitchen is the dining room. With a textured wood table, slip-covered parsons chairs, and oversized wingbacks at the heads of the table, the furnishings accentuate the sheer size of the space.
Earth tones, warm neutrals, and natural beams continue into the living room, providing a sense of comfort and continuity. Waters says, “We continued the beams through all three living spaces to connect them and reinforce the spaciousness of these areas.”
The comfortable furnishings are configured into a floating arrangement, which naturally encourages traffic flow. As Locklear says, “This type of arrangement is excellent for entertaining and makes everyday living more comfortable.” A cream-colored chesterfield sofa faces two gray velvet chairs with animal hide throw pillows. Even the leathered-topped coffee table brings in a new texture. All the mixed fabrics help ground the space and add visual interest and dimension to the room. Botanical prints and an antique brass accent lamp contribute to the room’s understated sophistication.
Furniture: Huck & Peck Home Furnishings