|Interior Decorating Project|
Project done by the owners
Interior Photo via Cote Maison
Quite obvious, the central stage in this interior is taken by the bold red upholstered seating arrangement.
The big armchair brings in an element of both subtle contrast and unity - even though it has a different style it relates well with the two sofas due to the identical color and fabric used.
An evident contrast comes from the texture of the textiles set against the thick wood top of the coffee table and the bare wood floor.
Another contrast: the used, passed-down-to-the-next-generation looking furniture against the industrial, functional lighting.
The lighting choice is great, as it ties in perfectly with the other industrial elements in the room - window frames, shelves, ceiling - all reminiscent of the old factory where this space is actually located in.
The glass and metal grid (repetition) in the floor-to-ceiling windows continues on the wall at right.
Nice, unobtrusive window treatment choice - it doesn't compete with the outdoor greenery and it blends in with the interior.
A mirror - casually laid on the floor behind a sofa, art pieces - that are leaned up high on a shelf, informal, cozy pillows that are casually thrown on (and bring in some pattern) - all contribute to the same feeling of bohemian, unpretentious comfort, very lived-in space.
Not a good choice: the wood chair - it's an element that stands out as looking out of place, both the bare frame and the proportion are not related to the rest of the seating pieces.