came across this amazeballs room from one of my dailies - coco+kelley...and i just cant stop oogling the crap out everything...holy jeeez...its SOOO beautifuL!!!
i mean...this room is SOOOOOOO perfect, but imperfect as well...which only adds to the perfectness....if i had to break it down...i would say that everything is symmetrical, not in the traditional sense, but symmetrical in proportion and scale, the vignette on the dining table is a great example....the stack of books on the left of the vase, is in proportion to the grouping of candles on the right, and then everything is pushed over to the left side of the table and not in the center (which would make it more "perfect")...and the same concept of proportion and scale on the console behind the dining table....
the space feels elegant and beautiful, yet not stuffy...the mis-matching of the dining chairs add to the perfectly imperfect look....
a perfect mix of old and new...
and don't get me started on the molding, trim, floors, and woodwork...heavenly....love how they balance out the darker stained dining table and console...
love how the colors stand out on their own...but the room still feels really neutral overall....
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