We’re thrilled to see our Principal Designer Jennifer Jones’ eco-friendly home featured in the February issue of Modern Luxury Interiors magazine! Take a sneak peek at the highlights below…
While a formal design would have made sense with the home’s traditional style, Jones chose a more family-friendly approach. “I wanted it to feel sophisticated, not stuffy,” she says. So she mixed in vintage furniture and pieces with classic details—like the Cisco Home tufted sofa in the living room—and kept the look modern with new light fixtures, updated window treatments and graphic wallpaper.
Jones brought in layers of texture to punch up the muted tones throughout the house. She added drama in the dining room with a striking hand-painted, banded-stripe Cole & Son wallpaper and vintage Moller chairs reupholstered in mossy green velvet by Romo Fabrics. The 10-foot custom, midcentury-inspired walnut table, a collaboration between Niche Interiors and Varian Design, is made from FSC-certified (Forest Stewardship Council) wood with a nontoxic finish.
A color palette of cool neutrals, with pops of blues and greens, has a calming effect and achieves the cohesive (not “matchy”) look that Jones was after. Vibrant sea-green walls in the guest bedroom are toned down with ivory, gray and black accents.