Think traditional decor means stuffy and formal? Think again. Take a first look at the furnishings Anne-Marie chose to create a stunning New England-inspired space that’s rooted in tradition, but still plenty fresh and inviting. Tour the brand-new living room, kitchen, dining room, and guest room, and get a glimpse at how earlier decisions about the ceilings and color scheme play into the overall design.
A modern take on the classic klismos, the Carter Dining Chair is dramatically comfortable. Its luxuriously curved parawood frame, wide seat and inviting wingback hug you as you sit. Details like the slightly curved legs and antiqued nailheads just heighten the drama. Available in Dark Moon gray blended canvas with Aspen Grey frame or light-gray top-grain leather with whitewashed frame.
Stylish details give way to plush comfort with this ottoman. Details like rolled arms and a diamond tufted back add traditional appeal, while the bun feet and simple base provide modern appeal. The cushions use only the best 1.8 density, high resiliency poly foam cores. The core is wrapped in super soft foam and inserted into a down-proof casing filled with down feathers and fibers, channeled to keep the filling in place. The Belgian Linen upholstery offers a fresh appearance that will suit a variety of homes and decor styles.
Want to know what it really takes to create a custom home that looks like it’s plucked from the pages of a magazine? In Fresh Traditional, interior designer Anne-Marie Barton offers up a behind-the-scenes look at just that. Each episode explores a key part of the home design process, from perfecting architectural details, to creating the East Coast-inspired decor style, to accessorizing the house with the finishing touches that make it a home. Oh, and did we mention this home is actually goin... More