Our clients came to us, excited to make this new-construction home in Lake Oswego, Oregon fit their family and lifestyle. They wanted beautiful, grownup spaces for entertaining that were still comfortable and appropriate for their two young children.
The home featured an open-concept living space with a two-sided fireplace that divided the main living room and a more casual music room/sitting area. Some of the existing elements included creamy, white walls, high ceilings and beautiful, reclaimed wood beams.
The client was willing to let us take some bold design leaps which resulted in a beautiful, eclectic interior design style. They were naturally drawn to a variety of textures, patterns and décor styles. We combined some classic with a few on-trend pieces to complete a truly one-of-a-kind result that thrilled our clients.
Because the home already had great bones and a neutral palette, we chose to use pinks and mauve with contrasting light and dark core pieces. To fill their request for lots of texture, we used fabrics with subtle patterns, wood tones, rattan and leather to keep things visually interesting.
We used pink and mauve accessories throughout the great room and sitting room to pull the theme colors throughout all the spaces. The color palette is even echoed in the more casual sitting room with the patterned fabric on the custom chaise lounge.
Allison designed all new, custom furniture for these rooms. The sofas pass any durability tests required by a young family and are accented with warm, slightly mismatched but complementary wood pieces. We included tons of functional and beautiful seating in the great room which lends itself well to entertaining, or just hanging out as a family.
Finally, we completed the look with beautiful, rustic chandeliers down the center of the great room that adds understated glam