Totally Neutral, But Not Totally Boring


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Today's featured online design plan was created for a home office that doubles as a causal family hangout.  The client has fabulous furnishings in black and tan plaid upholstery.  Using her existing pieces as my guide, the new room design was pulled together with a neutral black and tan color palette.  








I used fun accessories, graphic patterns and a large, black and white, candid family photo gallery to give the neutral space a big personality.   Natural textures and wood tones brought additional interest and warmth to the design.  






This project was a ton of fun to work on, it proves that neutral is not always boring. 


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6 comments:

  1. That's nice. I think neutral designs look sophisticated, never boring- there are plenty ways to add interest to a room. I hope you get some exciting projects next year!

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  2. I'd love to know where the desk is from, as well as the seller on Etsy of the pillows. Thanks! :)

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    1. Hi Amy, I put a link to the Etsy shop for the pillows in the post (under the design board in brackets). The desk is no longer available but it was from Wayfair. Thanks, Sarah

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  3. All this room needs is the fabulous black and cream jug by Nate Burkus at Target.... I saw that jug and thought all I needed was a room to go with it.. now I have one :)

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  4. I love those drapes! Are they currently at Pottery Barn?

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  5. any ideas on how to use warm honey tones for floor and hite kitchen and make it pretty using neutrals? I also have a black hutch and table.... Hum

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