Wednesday, May 4, 2011

High Contrast Interior Lattice

One of my favorite rooms from the 2010 Richmond Symphony Designer Showhouse was the sunroom designed by Kathy Morgan and Kevin Malone of Williams & Sherrills. They made the bold choice to take the existing white-on-white lattice and transform it into a show stopping surround for the whole room. Chinoiserie fabrics and accessories add to the energy and vibrant feel of the space. Hats off too to the painters who did such a perfect job!
Chinoiserie inspired fabrics and accessories add to the energy and vibrant feel of the space.(image above via the blog Krandac & Kole here)

On another note, Wanda Crossley of Matthews House and Garden has started her own blog! You'll remember Wanda as the amazing designer who transformed an old Upperville, VA church into an incredible design shop. Hope you'll have a chance to stop by her blog and say hello.


Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

So unexpected, Michele. I love it! That was some undertaking.
Thank you for sharing.

Al said...

I love that ceiling! It is absolutely stunning. The colors are wonderful too. Thanks for this post.

Stuart Membery Home Collection said...

OMG that ceiling and wall treatment is totally inspiring.

Whitney Interior Design said...

Awesome room. Very bold and brave. Like something that Dorothy Draper would have done.

Ann said...

I bet the painters were slightly cross-eyed after a while!

The effect is stunning.

Maria said...

beautiful ceiling and wall treatment!

Anonymous said...

I dont know if I could live with it, but I love the furniture!

Renée Finberg said...

i do love this.
but all i can think of
is how you would need a special brush
to keep the lattice dust free.
i am not a great 'duster' as it is.

but it is incredibly charming.
i would love a week there for sure.

Joanna said...

Charming interior design! Nice post, check out also 3D Rendering

A.J.Barnes said...

I'm so interested in the lattice idea. I did a post some months back on just this subject (of a foyer) for a possible idea for my house but haven't had the nerve to do it!

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

This was my favorite room too! Kevin designed my son and DIL's home in Richmond and he did a fabulous job. You can see pictures on my blog here


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