Bruce Bierman brought the outdoors inside this Jupiter, Florida sun room with Ferncroft a botanical needlepoint rug with four different kind of ferns.
The refined aesthetic of Bruce Bierman finds a perfect expression in the elegant, balanced interior of this Jupiter, Florida sun room. Jupiter is known for its brilliant colors and exuberant designs, but Bierman takes a different approach, offering a quiet, pleasing counterpoint of airy celery drapes, tall dark wood framed French windows, and comfortable, inviting seating. Rather than overwhelm with excessive tropical foliage and colors, Bierman invites nature in a gentle and soothing way.
With subtle harmony in color and form, Bierman echoes nature with the palm, orchid and the fern botanical needlepoint rug. His confident, assured design gives us pleasure and a feeling of being at home. This room’s beauty and liveability is a hallmark of Bruce’s work. The room’s balance and restraint demonstrates his deep knowledge of architecture and fine art. Bierman’s Design has been featured in Elle Decor, House & Garden, and several international design magazines, and has been a member of the Interior Design Hall of Fame since 2000.
Many interior designers would have selected a floral or a botanical rug, but few would be able to unify the outside with the inside so perfectly as Bruce has done with the fern botanical needlepoint rug in this light dappled space.
Ferncroft needlepoint rug depicts four types of ferns. The border is inspired by the conservatory of the Bronx Botanical Gardens which artist Elizabeth Moisan painted from memory from childhood visits with her father.
The cream and green theme from the Fern botanical needlepoint rug is carried through to the dining room.
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