Thursday, June 20, 2013

Really Seeing It the 2nd Time Around


I had seen the entry of architect Gil Schafer's Nashville home that he collaborated on with designer David Netto in Veranda a while back.  But, I don't really think I truly saw it.  There's alot genius going on this space and it's at the top of my list of all time favorites.  Here's what I'm noticing:

- raw wood finish of dining chairs lets the bold green skirted table take center stage and also ties in with the mirror, lamp and flooring
- the light salmon upholstery on the chairs connects to the wood paneling and sofa in the room beyond
- the contemporary, graphic artwork and the mid-century look of the lamp create a welcomed contrast to the more classic pieces and shapes
- the blue from the vase picks up the blue in the art

What do you see and do you love this space as much as I do?

(image via David Netto's site here, photographer not known)

6 comments:

Maryanne White said...

Elegant yet lived in genius!

kayce hughes said...

I see one of my friend's entry way. It looks just as fabulous in real life.

Squeak said...

Everything you said - plus the amazing console, the moldings and the library beyond the door. Perfection!

therelishedroost said...

Really stunning and timeless this room is a winner!
xo Karolyn

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

The contemporary art piece is totally unexpected. Love the mix of styles, periods and textures!

Karen Albert said...

Hi Michele,
Like Loi, I love to see the mix of periods, the art especially. Oh and that console is amazing!

xoxo
Karena
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