Created by J. Cohler Mason Design for a family who loves to entertain at home, this room is glam but livable. “I wanted to give [it] some touches of glam without going over the top,” explains Jennifer. The textured walls (by Benjamin Moore) and a yellow channeled back sofa bring her vision to life.
The eclectic game room layers on the texture for a plush vintage vibe. An animal skin rug is layered on top of a sisal and patterned rug and the fur ottoman and balloon chair amp up the cozy feel of a room you just want to hang out in.
Looking through the gentleman's parlor into the game room, one can see the creative way Glenn Wallace incorporates small paintings into the parlor design scheme. Vintage and design books are also a key component of the Smithfield Cottage look, instantly adding a sense of lived-in comfort and history to the space.
The shared public space at Smithfield Cottage makes use of the home's original design features like an ornate Chinoiserie wooden mantel that includes two nooks for lamps. Asian details were a common motif in the Victorian era, with the opening of China and Japan to the West, and designer Glenn Wallace has played up that historic feature in contemporary Asian elements throughout the home.
Glamorous Black Home Office With White Rug and Fur Chair
This black home office was originally an enclosed porch with no electricity or air conditioning. Picture frame molding was added to the walls, and pocket doors replaced the previous room's swinging doors. A fun pendant fixture from Terrain throws interesting patterns on the wall at night.
Sliding glass doors open the indoor living space up to the patio, where blue and gray outdoor furniture make it like a continuation of the indoor area. The entire space is ideal for entertaining with plenty of seating and an easy flow.
An outdoor sitting area outside a New Orleans townhouse has color and personality thanks to this gray patio furniture set. The contemporary style serves as a modern-day counterpoint to the historic home.
Natural Elements Add Life to an All-White Dining Room
An all-white dining room enables you to go in any direction. Here, a fall-themed decorating scheme that celebrates nature anchors the table and sideboard. Jewel-toned flowers and leaves, elevated pumpkins, apples, large plants plus colorful artwork and some painted chairs add life and interest.
This custom-made sofa is 13' x 13', so an average-sized coffee table would be too small. Hexagonal end tables were the clever solution; they can be arranged in any number of ways, making them flexible and oh-so-functional. Art over sofa: Urban Outfitters (Kimberly Dhollander- Dreamy Art Houses Print)