Bring some coziness to the table by using an old, plaid wool blanket as a tablecloth. It's very fitting for fall and saves purchasing extra linens. A patchwork quilt or simply a plaid piece of fabric would stand in nicely as well.
To soften the space, designers added a neutral rug. It is 100% woven wool so that it is soft enough for crawling knees, yet durable enough to stand up to growing twin girls and sturdy enough to be cleaned.
The walls of the master are covered in grass cloth. The canopy of the bed is in the same fabric as the window treatments to keep things harmonious visually, while the duvet is made from heathered wool.
The oak staircase is finished with wool carpets specially woven to seamlessly wrap up the stairs and around the landing. A captivating chandelier beautifully illuminates the high, wood ceiling. A black tile floor creates a lovely contrast against the wood elements.
Keeping personal connection in the design, the homeowner wanted to incorporate the dining table and chairs she had inherited from her grandmother. The chairs were recovered in a warm, visually-textured fabric selected to harmonize with the open-plan living-dining area. The set is supported with a custom-sized wool rug below and a “sculptural luminary” above.
This master suite is a study in balance: girly without veering too close to saccharine sweet. The acid-green floral Elitis “Opulence” wallpaper is balanced out by the rest of the room's calm, solid fabrics and layered neutrals.