Naturally Chic

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Recognizing that not all of our readers are women, I thought it time for me to put together a more “masculine” space. Of course I (a woman) would feel absolutely at home in this richly hued “au naturel” room, as I think many women would—a compromise, perhaps, for the newlyweds fighting between shabby-chic and bachelor-pad black leather?… A cognac-colored wall sets a bold tone but then is subdued by more neutral accents. I love a single pop of orange for some extra interest. Men, what do you think? And ladies, is it livable? (-Allie)

[Clockwise from top:] Paint: Chair Spice by Behr, Alexandria Beige, Kona and Seedling by Ben by Benjamin MooreWine Barrel Wall Clock (25” diam.) by Ty Pennington, $249 at Grandin Road. Marcello Umbrella Holder (used as dry vase), $79.95 at Z Gallerie. Bresson Rocker, $1,798 at Anthropologie. Venetian Bamboo-Leg Table, $399 at Wisteria. Round Sardonyx Box, $19.95 at Patina. Barnard Lamp, $575 at Jayson Home & Garden. Classic Herringbone Synthetic Rug, 5×8’, $199 at Pottery Barn.

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5 responses to “Naturally Chic

  1. Alan

    I actually love that chair. It looks great and seems really comfortable. Plus the lamp, which looks as if the wood came off an old fishing boat, is amazing and definitely not girly.

  2. sofiatome

    love this. i wish this blog was around when chris and i got our apartment. we had some serious living room issues. haha. but this seems agreeable for all.

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  5. dusty

    Love that brown colour very cool, im totally appropriating it hehe

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