Our Project Reveal: Chic & Contemporary
We recently updated you on our kitchen renovation for our Glenn Dale clients but now lets move onto the combined living room and dining room space.
The initial plans called for an additional 360 square feet addition but that was not carried out in this stage of the project. So our layout had to change a bit. From the renderings you will see that we had different layouts for the dining room but no worries we were still able to to deliver for the clients. Remember our client’s style is contemporary and the color scheme is gray, gold with rust orange accents.
You’ll see we set up the TV as the focal point for the living room. We also added a beautifully textured gold shimmer grass cloth wallpaper on the accent wall.
The wallpaper complements nicely with the gold media cabinet that also has plenty of storage. We brought in a gray velvet sofa with gold hardware to coordinate with orange accent chairs. The round coffee table helps to save some space since we had design for a slightly smaller space.
The original rug we wanted for the space was sold out which unfortunately was common for this project but I appreciate our clients be patient. We opted for another rug with gold and marble accents that worked well.
To complete the look we opted for colorful accent pillows, custom gold draperies and black and white with gold touches for the artwork.
Now onto the dining room. We had to make sure we had a comfortable space for a family of four that also like to entertain guests. We went with a long lacquered gray table with a removable leaf to accommodate large family/friends events. The gold cross legs tie in well with the gold accent theme.
The client loved the two gold crocodile accent chairs that flank each side of the table. We went with family friendly and more stain resistant fabric for the remaining chairs.
We completed the room with a large mirror hanging horizontally to make the space appear larger. Gold and orange accents were used for the table top decor.
That wraps up on our main living space reveal. Stay tuned for next time where I’ll go into our renovation of the huge primary bedroom suite.
Photography: Marlon Crutchfield