Physical walls used to determine the furniture layout of a room, but architectural designs have since evolved to include more open spaces. I love an open space plan because it gives you the opportunity to create various layouts using sectionals, sofas and lounge chairs! The position of each piece determines how the room flows and what the vibe of the room will be. So whether you want one large open space or one with a smaller space within, you have the flexibility to make it your own!
Furniture is a key element to any room, but sometimes you can’t find exactly what you’re looking for. So when you can’t find the perfect piece, what do you do? Go custom! Our go-to is House + Town. They’re experts in crafting quality pieces and we’ve been working with them for years. We first started working with them as Custom Designs under John Greenwood and developed a trusting relationship to create gorgeous pieces for our clients.
Bringing the interior of your home to life starts with the furniture selections. Each selection helps define the overall room layout and how the space will be used. Our main goal is to create special areas for conversations and for spending time with family and friends.
Design Q & A is new blog series we are implementing to answer all of your queries! Here we will respond to the questions you’ve asked on Houzz, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Our blog is an excellent place for you to ask, and have answered, ANY design questions you may have. Don’t hesitate to ask and we will make sure to give you an answer next time.
Today we’re answering questions you’ve asked about the Living & Breakfast area in our Tanglewood Residence. Let us know if you have any more in the comments below!
I LOVE this part of the design/build process! Everything is coming together at Old House and it seems like there is incredible progress every day! The floors are going in and yet another surprise – instead of straight-lay hardwoods the installer is matching the existing parquet pattern throughout! Amazing! The kitchen backsplash and counters are nearly complete, the interior and exterior have their first coat of paint, and landscaping has started. The renovation should be nearly completed between this week and next. Wallpaper starts early next week and then the movers show up on April 12th. More progress photos to come!
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1. Purse 2. Shopbop Dress 3. Cuff 4. Necklace 5. Earrings 6. Sunglasses. 7. Shirt
8. Wall Decor 9. Spoonflower Rug 10. Tan Pillow11. Chair 12. Gray Pillow 13. Jonathan Adler Pillow