Overall, the design is bold, collected and timeless, with a sophisticated sense of style. The burgundy lacquered walls, marigold silk drapery, and accents of magenta, violet, emerald and teal mix with a blend of furniture styles from vintage, antique and new pieces to give the room an eclectic look. Original art blends color and adds dimension. Fabric patterns and textures are luxe and layered, without feeling complicated.
The paneled walls, chesterfield sofa, wall-to-wall bookshelves and library ladder evoke the quintessential study. A modern spin is achieved through the use of lacquer instead of stain on the paneling, and a modern interpretation of a chesterfield, which originated in the 1700s, opting for channel back stitching over expected tufting and a family friendly crypton woven fabric replaces leather. This is a space where 1930s designed Mies Van Der Rohe brno chairs in emerald malachite patterned velvet pair effortlessly with a vintage regency style library table from Baker and sit atop a modern hand-knotted linen on linen soumak rug.
Whether looking for a place to work on a laptop, flip through larger books, spend a quiet morning, or gather with friends and family, this study invites you to do it all in high style.