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Texture Tone design was called upon to bring character, details and storage into this architeurally designed home.

Starting with the entryway, we considered the elements that would create interest as you moved through the home. A wrap of panelling from the outside in moved into the study and became a hidden shelving unit by the desk. A trio of Nelson lights in the stairwell balanced with a larger dramatic Nelson light for the dining room.

Pale blue shelving was picked to enhance vintage textiles in the master bedroom.

Moving into the living room, a neighbors red roof & brick house was reflecting into the kitchen area so a mock blind was created to drop down far enough to hide the exposure. this balanced the light into the room also.

Cherished vintage tea towels were made into cushions and a vintage Hassira Moroccan rug was chosen for the living space to compliment the turquoise.

Further vintage touches were implemented like a mirror for the family bathroom and dramatic damask inky wallpaper for the powder room.

Photography by Jody D’Arcy

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