When it came to furnishing these spaces I wanted to keep that exterior view and the architecture the star of the show while still matching its’ unique qualities. I looked for pieces that were low profile, sculptural, and modern but still warm. We worked with AllModern to completely furnish this room! That is right, everything you see in this space, aside from the piano and the custom drapery, you can find AllModern. It was such a fun challenge to source everything from one place while still giving it my artful, modern, and unique touch, but I think we more than pulled it off. I actually thought of that sofa when I first saw the room and begged Mandy to put it there. It was made for that little nook and I was thrilled to find out AllModern carried it.Mandy and Taylor only had a few requirements for this room. They wanted it to have a piano and a place to play records. Done and done. I’ve found that so many people who have a more formal living room hardly use the space but I’ve loved seeing how they are able to enjoy this room through Mandy’s IG stories while Taylor plays the piano. On our few install days and while we were shooting the space, he would often sneak off to the room and his music would fill the house, it was pretty magical and definitely not your everyday interiors shoot!
Now lets all remember how it looked before…
AFTERTo see all the tours and progress of the Moore Residence project, check here. And there’s more to come!
Also right now you can shop an AllModern curated sale here that is alllll about this room!
Shop the Look: Bench from AllModern // Sofa from AllModern // Accent Chair from All Modern // Coffee Tables from AllModern // Tall Wood Accent Table from AllModern // Short Wood Accent Table from AllModern // Floor Lamp from AllModern // Rug from AllModern // Credenza from AllModern // Table Lamps from AllModern // Artwork from AllModern // Wood Chain From AllModern //
Interior Design by Sarah Sherman Samuel
Interior Architecture by Emily Farnham
Landscape Architecture by Terremoto
Photography by Tessa Neustadt
Built by Bronstruction and Johnston Vidal Projects
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[…] room… I want to spend all my days in this serene, ethereal space. An extension of the “formal” living room in our Moore Residential project is the formal dining room. In the last post I talked about the […]
What a dream! I love every piece. I did notice that your link for Rug goes to a different rug though. Are you able to update that? I love the rug you used
So lovely! Maybe I missed it, but I just can’t figure it out- how did you hang a picture over the drapes?
It is hanging from the ceiling with thin cables!
Love the table lamps on the credenza! scale and color are unique and so fun. but link goes to different lamp. do you know the name of these lamps?
Love this room! I also love the 2 black table lamps and have looked and looked for them and can’t seem to find them at all… ;( the link goes to another pair of lamps..
As a designer myself, I am very inspired by your work! Very talented!
All the best,
We are in the middle of renovation and I’m in need of large custom drapes. Could you share your source for that? They did a beautiful job.
So beautiful! Do you know if there is any floor plan/blueprint of this house?
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Of curse my client wants these blue chairs. Impossible to find! Beautiful work!