Transitional Old-World Charm

Living Area

 

This quaint living room eloquently combines curves and straight lines to establish a truly transitional space. The walls are wrapped in Techno Gray paint and capped with Restful White trim, creating a palette full of neutrals. Pale blue accents provide a masculine flair and are married with feminine floral patterns and artwork for a delicate balance. This comfortable and relaxed room creates a sense of space with the use of a glass-top coffee table along with matching side tables. On the right wall rests an antique secretary, and the opposite side of the room features a recovered channel back chair, both of which work to supply ample old-world charm. These traditional pieces are combined with an area rug and three-seat sofa that feature updated patterns and textures for a tastefully refreshed space.

 

Photography by Philip Slowiak

 

antique secretary dresser with mirrors above

 

Interior designer: Dolores Wolfe, IDS, Wolfe Studio Interiors

Draperies and textiles: Total Concepts Furniture

Furniture and artwork: Total Concepts Furniture, Stamper’s Furniture

Lighting: Ferguson

 

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