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A Colorful and Fun Charleston House
A house that is ladylike however not froufrou, genuine and in the meantime agreeable, warm, and vivid — and the majority of every one of the, a house where you could nest.
Charleston Living Room by Angie Hranowski
The vigorous shades of this living room in Charleston set the tone for the entire house. Dividers are painted Persian Pink by Porter. A Crate and Barrel couch with a custom cloth slipcover is matched with a vintage seat in yellow silk. Stool texture is Herbert's Carnation Weave, David Hicks by Ashley Hicks for Lee Jofa.
The divider in the dining room is painted in Jack Horner's Plum by Pratt and Lambert. The Cardinal dining table is from GDC Home in Charleston. Vintage seats are shrouded in a David Hicks texture, La Fiorentina by Groundworks for Lee Jofa.
In the foyer, Osborne and Little's Maiko backdrop from the Sakura gathering is a perfect background for a 1960s chest, a '50s light and Jonathan Adler ceramics.
A nineteenth century French headboard is upholstered in DuraSuede in dusty rose. Comforter and shams are Whirl in marble from Braemore. Pads from ABC Carpet and Home; Dante light from GDC Home. Divider shading is Benjamin Moore's White Chocolate.
In the main bedroom, a 1940s oil found on eBay hangs over a vintage chest. Blue ceiling fixture is painted with BASF car paint.
In the bedroom, a pad from ABC Carpet and Home lies on a seat canvassed in Regency velvet in sapphire from Robert Allen.
"The trace of lilac in my mom's Oushak mat enlivened the divider shading in the living room."
Color Swatch: Rose Parade
"I pulled fuchsia, raspberry, and orange accents from the artistic creation on the shelf and blended them with brilliant yellow."
Color Swatch: Orange
"The hues in the living room completely sing."
Color Swatch: Sunburst
Angie Hranowsky pulled the emphasize hues for the living room from the depiction on the mantel.
"I kept the bedroom for the most part unbiased, including flies of shading for a sentimental, female quality."
Color Swatch: Royal Blue
"I cherish blending reds and pinks with great blues and turquoise; they have such a rich quality."
Color Swatch: Blushing Red
"I needed my mom's room to be a room that a lady could truly acknowledge and feel valuable in."
Color Swatch: Ocean Blue
"Turquoise is my most loved color."
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