“The family heirloom dining chairs are a favorite feature in this home, so I chose a paint color to complement them. A crimson shade amplifies the warm wood tones throughout the room—it all feels very cozy.” —Tobi Wright, InsideWright, New York, NY
Awash in cheery color, this foyer tricks the eye by hanging a large painting of a room above the console. The bright palette of the artwork is picked up in the rug and striped accent pillow making the space itself a compelling still life.
As a focal point to the end of the dining room, a large painting draws the eye down the length of the space, bringing more nature inside. More reclaimed materials are featured - a table made from reclaimed wood and lamps made of found bottles.
This traditional powder room makes a bold statement with bright blue walls and an oversized peacock painting. Because this room has such tall ceilings it can handle the louder design elements. Lighting is a key component to success here as the larger-scaled room calls for a sparkly chandelier in addition to two wall sconces.
The colors used in this transitional living room mimic the outside and evoke a clutter-free environment. The custom oil painting, which features the homeowner's children, provides a fun personalized touch in this neutral living room.