EUROPEAN KITCHEN AND GREAT ROOM REMODEL IS ECO-FRIENDLY The spacious great room in this 30 year old Tudor style home, is open to the remodeled kitchen (see previous blog). Like the kitchen it was dark and felt awkward, with outdated furnishings.
I created a Comprehensive Master Plan interior design for the two spaces with updated traditional styling in calming tans and soft greens.
The new furniture layout is more functional, welcoming and conducive to conversation.
I started the interior design process with the tan/green paisley fabric as the color source.
New tan carpet on the floors opens up the room and the pale “pistachio” walls provide a soothing contrast. New furniture pieces have a gracious, traditional feel. And floor to ceiling silk curtains frame the gorgeous windows and fabulous lake view.
Furniture is made in the United States from wood grown in managed forests. Carpet is from Shaw which practices eco-friendly manufacturing. The wall paint is low VOC.
Tables and chairs by Century, Cocktail table by Kolkka, Sconce by Dana Creath
Kitchen remodeling is exciting and important. But the kitchen is not the whole house, so when remodeling the kitchen, the adjoining spaces must also be considered. It helps to have a Comprehensive Master Plan in place so the interior design of all spaces is cohesive and budgets are considered. The end result, no matter how long it takes, should be harmonious.
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