If you’re tired of seeing white interiors and are craving homes with warm and comfortable spaces, this project by Katy Evans and Erin Welch for Edward Deegan Architects and Interiors will make you happy today!
Many of the spaces in this home already existed and were selected by the previous owner of the house. Edward Deegan Interiors did all of the decorating job and worked around the existing elements, which is not an easy task to do. Here, the designers share some insight on the scope of this newly-decorated Classic Home with earth-tone interiors:
“The Forest Retreat project was a memorable collaboration with wonderful homeowners who fell in love with the home’s classic architectural details and light-filled spaces. Set on a beautiful property nestled with mature trees and lush landscaping, the goal was to create a serene, quiet, organic interior drawn from the home’s natural surroundings.
To execute the homeowners’ desire for a neutral palette, we incorporated natural fabrics in soft, muted earth tones layered in various textures to add depth and compliment the home’s natural stone and wood finishes. A nod to the homeowners’ equestrian roots can be found throughout, from the Urban Electric Bit sconces in the dining room, to the entry’s stable console, to the buckled leather strap details reminiscent of a horse saddle in the powder room’s mirror and the McGuire dining chairs. French and English antiques blend harmoniously with newer, paired-down modern furnishings resulting in a deeply personal space that is at once elegant and comfortable, and most importantly, home.
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Located just off the Kitchen, the Family Room features a welcoming and warm color scheme and plenty of comfortable furniture from Kenneth Ludwig in Chicago. Isn’t this space beautiful?!
Coffee table: Birkby Rustic Lodge Natural Elm Parquet Square Coffee Table – similar here.
Drink Table between Swivels: Ashley and Sloane – similar here.
Nesting tables: Seasons 440 – similar here.
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Fireplace Stone: Limestone.
Drapery fabric: Romo V3253/02 – Sami Tofu – Mark Alexander collection.
Décor on the mantel is from Season 440.
Stools: Palecek Devon Upholstered Metal Stool.
Featuring earthy and welcoming tones, this dining room feels intimate and elegant.
Table Lamps: Visual Comfort Penelope Table Lamp.
Wallcovering: Studs & Stripes 5780-H, Phillip Jeffries – Available through the designer.
Ceiling Color: Custom color to match wallcovering.
Fireplace Bumper: Antique.
This is a kitchen design that stands the test of time and you can’t get tired of. Custom cabinets feature a warm white similar to Benjamin Moore White Dove.
Cabinet Hardware: Water street brass, Hudson Pulls, Jamestown Knobs in polished Nickel.
Icebox Fridge: This is white oak stained in dark walnut. The designer copied this design from Christopher Peacock Cabinetry, where she use to work. The ice box hinges and latches are from Willmette Hardware, in Illinois (very pricey). More Affordable Option: Madison Ice box latch (myohamerica.com) Madison Ice Box Hinge (myohamerica.com).
Countertops: Taj Mahal Quartzite.
Lighting over island: Modern Small Lantern.
The Breakfast Room features plenty of natural light and vaulted ceilings. Wall paint color is Farrow and Ball No.201 Shaded White.
Hardwood Floors: 50% Minwax Jacobean 50% Minwax Ebony – similar here.
Dining Chairs: Fremarc Design Graded in fabric for the chairs no nail heads.
Bench: Freemarc Designs Upholstered Bench – similar style: here.
Bench fabric: Residential Textiles | Hubbard Design Group.
Plants: Seasons 440.
I am loving the color scheme found in this Den! Doesn’t it make you think of Autumn? I can picture myself on that couch with a cup of tea or hot cocoa in hand. Nice, right?! 🙂 Paint color is custom but similar to Benjamin Moore Lenox Tan.
Flooring: Bleu Fonce Antiqued Limestone – Other: here.
Lamps: Visual Comfort.
Wallcovering: Haberdashery 5424 by Phillip Jeffries – Available through the designer.
Mirror: Jamie Young Company.
Grey Bedroom Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Sterling.
Nightstand: Hooker Furniture Hamilton.
Bedding: Serena and Lily.
Rug: RH – similar here.
It’s hard to see inviting bedrooms like this lately. Am I right?! I love the soft textures and the classic approach this space carries.
Fireplace: Custom Limestone from “Material Marketing”.
Mirror: Antique from Ashley & Sloane – similar here.
Rug: RH Iman Moroccan Diamond Hand-Knotted Wool Rug – Also available here.
Chandelier: Clarissa Round Chandelier by Pottery Barn.
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This gorgeous, light tan paint color is Farrow and Ball Shaded White.
Nightstands: 3 – Drawer Solid Wood Bachelor’s Chest in Beige.
Window Treatments: Custom wovens.
Lamps: Kapila Table Lamp.
Bedding: All from Bedside Manor.
I want to give a special thanks to Katy Evans of Edward Deegan Architects and Interiors for working really hard to collect all of the details shared on this post.
Photography: Ryan McDonald.
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