We wanted to infuse the “Mod-iterranean” feel of the home into our space with neutral elements, refinement, warmth and texture.
For the gallery hallway, we accentuated the arch ceiling detail by finishing it in a beautiful greyish green hue to bring a moodier edge of class, sophistication and uniqueness. The wall sconces have a classic, modern feel to them as they frame the gorgeous paint stroke artwork on either side of the hallway. We grounded the hallway with a vintage-inspired rug that brings the textures and tones together beautifully.
For the guest lounge, we thought it would be unique to carry the arch character detail that is highlighted throughout the home into the space by creating a focal wall statement that frames the glass sideboard and television. This helps drive cohesion and a special unanticipated twist into the space.
The cane detailing on the side chairs and the arching detail on the arms was another subtle but intentional design decision. We love how the furniture selections are refined yet inviting. The open black shelves bring airiness to the space with the incorporation of warm terracotta finishes from our Design Team’s Home Décor Shop – Homes to Treasure.
Treasure in the Detail is a modern interior design studio rooted in providing busy families and professionals with beautiful, livable spaces. Treasure in the Detail specializes in clean lines, carefully curated finishes and combining high-end style with casual luxury.
With collective years of experience in interior design and styling, project management, and professional organizing, the Treasure in the Detail team will have all the particulars covered and will take great care of your home as if it were their own. Offering full service furnishing and styling, remodel, and new build guidance, it is Treasure in the Detail’s mission to design spaces for their clients that are unique, functional, and ones that will be cherished for years to come. That means not only living in your home, but truly treasuring it.
“The details are not the details; they make the design.” – Charles Eames
Photos by Paul Moore
Paint for Lounge Arch - Porous Stone
and Hallway Paint - Gray Monument
Coffee Table + Sideboard
Tall Olive Tree
Window Coverings Installation
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