Soft blues lend a relaxed feeling to the opening eating room in this breezy Bahamas house designed by Miles Redd. The ship centerpiece is a playful nod to the ships that pass by in the bay. Osbourne & Little fabrics cover the Design Within Reach chairs at the desk. The walls are a cool, very mild grey-white, stark white trim, and coffee-coloured hardwood floors. We have an L-formed sectional couch in a granite color, grey cabinets with brass accents in addition to pendants over the island. The rug underneath the sofa is an natural texture of gray, silver and darker white to make the sofa stand out. A restored Nineteen Fifties credenza sits on the wall behind the couch, while a fireplace encased in mild grey stone makes up the fireside directly across.
The glossy wooden panels and hanging lamps on the false ceiling are the elements of this eating hall design that instantly deliver the eating part into focus. At the same time, white floor tiles and green chairs have been used for both the edges to create a sense of uniformity. You will certainly feel like a royalty whereas eating or resting on the comfortable recliner which divides the space elegantly. The dwelling and eating space is integrated in a perfectly modern method.
At the far end of the room, a white couch positioned away from the dining room faces a simple hearth flanked by upholstered armchairs. It’s an old school reminder that open plan living wasn’t invented … Read More