Here are a astounding transitional full size upholstered daybed, a basement established in newark. The project owner from sheilarichinteriors.com said this basement retreat the alcove and walls without stone are faux finished with four successively lighter layers of plaster allowing each of the shades to bleed through to create weathered walls and a texture in harmony with the stone the tiles on the alcove wall are enhanced with embossed leaves adding a subtle natural texture and a horizontal rhythm to this focal point a custom daybed is upholstered in a wide striped tone on tone ecru linen adding a subtle vertical effect colorful pillows add a touch of whimsy and surprise photography memories ttl. On this mesmerizing mid-sized transitional look-out basement idea in newark with beige walls, ceramic floors and beige floors you can found inspiration about tan walls, tan walls and cotton chaise lounge chairs, contemporary chaise lounge chairs also with drapes and basement lighting.
A custom ottoman inspired the room. "i wanted it to be comfortable yet artistic," rich says. nailhead detailing adds copper and a nature-inspired botanical pattern; both elements are repeated throughout the space. rich also repeated subtle horizontal lines throughout the space, which counterbalance the low ceiling and stone wall. the daybed, the copper details on the pinch-pleated drapes and the symmetry of the urns, sconces and artwork bring in horizontal lines. a great room that has full pillows and soft colors works beautifully with two large hand made clay pots on either side of the couch with natural wood accents reaching for the sky. large pots with curly sticks for corner.
Reading nook in front of egress window? this isn"t our decor, though. simplicity of branches in colored pots. subtle horizontal lines throughout the space, which counterbalance the low ceiling & mic of low & hi to ceiling (branches). large planters, metal artwork squares.