Before & After | Lucky 33 Four Seasons Room Reveal
The next room on our St. Louis home tour is the Four Seasons Room. Our clients were most excited about this room because this was where they envisioned themselves spending a lot of time as a family. Whether they were playing games, watching TV, reading, drinking coffee while watching the sunrise or just hanging out, we wanted to make sure that the room was extremely comfortable and inviting.
Before: Four Seasons Room
After: Four Seasons Room
This room has amazing natural light but the dark walls didn’t do it justice, so the first step was to change the wall color. We replaced the burgundy with a main house paint color, London Fog by Benjamin Moore. We did this to make moving from one room into another, even though they are separated, as seamless as possible. This immediately opened up the room and amplified the light. We utilized many existing pieces here but brought in a few key items to freshen up the look and take it up a notch. This created the lively boho-feel that we were after, filled with lots of textures, natural wood elements, and plants.
We used 2 different rugs layered over one another; the contrasting textures add interest and layering smaller rugs over each other is also a very effective way to make them more proportionate to a large room.
Instead of using one coffee table, we opted for these two bunching tables which not only add essential storage with their concealed drawers, but serve as a focal point with their beautiful parquet pattern. Made of durable hardwood, they can serve as two separate table tops or can easily be pushed together as needed.
A hanging rattan swing adds a laid-back, playful element to this space. This fun seating option was the perfect final touch and the kids have already claimed it as their favorite place to hang out.
We added in a set of nesting tables between the sectional and swing. When extra surface space is needed, the lower table can easily be utilized elsewhere. These pretty nesting tables have antiqued brass tops with a quaint nailhead detail, adding warmth and character to the room.
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