We are deep into the design process over at the
This first version is all about the refined luxuries – which we all need in life. We pulled in some pretty iconic Scandinavian moments with that chair, sheepskin rug, and sconce, but we warmed it up with the layered rugs, knit throws and the warmer tones from the wood. Although the color palette is neutral it is far from boring as the layering of textiles and texture takes center stage and the graphic play between the black and white helps it to still feel modern. At just under 5k this is a room that we can get into.
Our next version which comes in at $2,800 leans a bit more refined than the first one as the rustic wood bed was swapped out for this more honed wood version but the rustic warmth is still coming through with the other elements that are in the room. The price of the chair was cut in half with this armless version and it is a pretty good replacement if you are trying to cut down on cost. The double version of the Serge Moullie sconce was also swapped for this single version which for $165 is a steal. Last but not least our most budget version at just under 2k.
Although it is less than half the price of the first one this one still has a lot of the same stylistic elements as the first one. The biggest changes come in the chair and lamp which were swapped out for this butterfly version and wood lamp. We swapped the lamp to the a wood option that is more simple so that it didn’t compete with the legs of the chair, which is a good rule to keep in mind when pairing items together in a vignette. Because the chair had a lot of metal “leggy” elements the lamp needed to be simple and more streamlined so that it didn’t compete with the chair. If you have one piece that has a lot of legs then the other piece it is paired should be more simple in shape and feel more solid, or visa versa.
So, which of the three versions is your favorite? And could you get into a room that is this color-less and calm? Or do you like more bright, poppy, and exciting moments in your decor?