“With an ethereal palette of greens, blues and grays, interior designer Susan Ferrier and architect Chris Tippett gave a young family a new home built to improve with age.”
Dining room in neutral tones with major drama is added by hanging a pair of oversized lanterns with an outdoor feel over a dining table.
Neutral toned living room with soaring drapery panels in Stonewash Belize by Lee Industries frame the walls of windows. A collection of complementary, but not matching upholstered velvet chairs and sofas lends the room a more mature look.
Master Bedroom in Neutrals – This room’s lines called for a bit of warmth and softness , the walls are painted Copley Gray by Benjamin Moore. A skirted sofa at the end of the bed and included curtains with a lively twining pattern.
In the dining room mix chairs and stools that have different heights and styles yet look harmonious together.
Architect: Chris Tippett Interior Designer: Susan Ferrier By: Mimi Read Photo: Laurey W. Glenn Styling: Matthew Gleason From: Southern Living March 2014