If you've been a Plush reader for awhile, you've probably caught on that I have a thing for white spaces. They get me every time! That's why when I stumbled upon an interview and walkthrough of interior designer, Andrew Flesher's home on LoftLife, my heart jumped up and skipped a beat in excitement!
I love how the white bookcase blends into the white walls surrounding it, but still creates a strong sense of separation from one space to the next. With open floor plans, this is a fabulous way to create division on spaces and rooms that otherwise don't exist.
Maybe because I'm on the hunt for a new one myself, but this dark wood coffee table jumps out at me and grabs my attention! I love it's large size - a criterion for my new one - to accommodate lots of plates, wine glasses, and appetizers when entertaining. The carved sides are also a beautiful detail that gives it a sense of timelessness and luxury.
In a space that is so airy and white (the walls, the ceiling, the floors), Andrew's use of dark accents, like the coffee table, console, and furniture trim, really helps ground the space and truly define in. The chocolate brown area rug is such a perfect example of the power of anchoring in a room.
A touch of traditional sensibility in a modern, industrial space is such an unexpected and pleasant surprise! It shows great depth and versatility on the part of the designer. I simply love it!
These tall back dining chairs (where can I find them?!) are wonderful! They carve out the perfect silhouette against the clean canvas of white. And the bertoia bar stools - that is a chair design I never get tired of seeing!
*images via LoftLife