Eleanor was ready for her close up. I couldn’t resist. Now she has been properly color codified. Imagine a room painted in “Eleanor”.
It will be the coziest room in your home.
I recently completed a new interior design project in Palm Springs. My client’s collection of Pop Art was the starting point for this project. The 1960′s bold patterns and shapes add a vibrant touch to a standard townhouse.
To add texture, I replaced the builder’s-quality tile fireplace surround. Stacked stone with disappearing stone shelves and columnar detail create a dramatic focal point for the room.
The original oatmeal carpeting was kept and cleaned, but now the seating is anchored with a giant houndstooth dhurry rug. Putting pattern underfoot is a great way to accessorize in a bold, non-permanent way.
Chalky white walls recede, better able to showcase the bright and powerful artwork.