A WARM / ECLECTIC / REFINED READING DEN.
Gray horsehair wallpaper anchors the bottom portion of the walls and couples perfectly with a small, vintage wallpaper print that emulates warmth on the top half of the walls.
The black chesterfield sofa is reminiscent of the bartop in the inspiration photo.
It's a classic piece that willage with grace and maintain its value amongst the design world.
I love the masculinity it provides the space!
A plush, vintage moroccan rug instantly cozies the space and juxtaposes the hard
materials and angles throughout, balancing the rich, dark hues in the room.
Classic geometric prints lend a vibrant, unexpected pop of color to the room. I'd adorn the windows
with double-width, pinch-pleat drapes made from the sage green and brown honeycomb print, and
lighten up the chesterfield with raspberry La Fiorentina throw pillows.
Plushy upholstered x-benches offset the hard angles in the brass, rectangle-base coffee table, and provide extra seating and/or leg propping. Also a good surface for an open, resting book!
A tall, mid-century table lamp composed of rich greens and blues perches atop a West Elm, grey wood side table. Both are a refreshing juxtaposition to the space, as their cylindrical shapes add softness and depth. And I can't get enough of the stark black, tripod floor lamp! Uber-chic. And I love how it popsoff the backdrop without warranting too much attention.
So...the moral of the story is...
INSPIRATION REALLY IS EVERYWHERE.