The October 2014 issue of Traditional Home magazine has so many beautiful spaces, it is hard to pick the 5 best interiors with These five rooms confirm that traditional decorating is undergoing a renaissance.
“Red energizes us and pink opens us to self-love” says color expert Constance Hart in an interview with Vogue. A cream with reds and golds pulls together all the pink, red and golds and helps create a warm and welcoming atmosphere in this Los Angeles dining room by Lynn von Kersting of Indigo Seas.
“Pink opens you to love.. and turquoise opens you to inspiration,” says color expert Constance Heart. An Oushak rug with rose, turquoise and blue pulls together rose walls, turquoise upholstered chair, blue and gold drapes and blue and white robe in the master bathroom of the Los Angeles home designed by Lynn von Kersting.
A blue and white floral rug ties together upholstery in multiple patterns in green, brown and blue and creates a dynamic contrast with a cypress wood coffered ceiling in a Brentwood, Tennessee sunroom designed by Eric Ross who was inspired by the late Charles Faudree.
A blue and navy striped rug reflects the changing color of the lake and defines a cozy living area in an open plan house on Lake Martin, Alabama designed by architect Bobby McAlpine and interior designer Susan Ferrier. The cool blue fabrics are balanced by warm wood tones of the staircase, furniture and floor.
A white upholstered bench, white pillows and black and charcoal accents add contrast and the wide blue and navy striped rug creates a feeling of movement.
A pale beige Oushak rug with brown and blue accents adds warm contrast to the cool grey wall mural in an elegant Bradshaw Orrell designed living room in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Images courtesy Traditional Home Magazine