When you have a home such as this by Marianne Tiegento work with, there’s not much you need to do.
Let’s start with the Chevron parquet floors. You may be more familiar with herringbone parquet flooring. Frequently used in formal living rooms, dining rooms, and hallways, both herringbone; which has been used since the 16th century, and Chevron parquet floors utilize sophisticated zigzag designs. The difference between the two is that herringbone patterns, which have been around over a century, has an uneven pattern. The Chevron parquet floor meet in perfect lines in an even pattern. This home has the Chevron pattern installed and it looks ravishing.
Through the rectangular French pane windows, the sun floods the room with natural light while beautiful drapes cascade from floor to ceiling. Colors used in the décor are muted, quiet, unobtrusive. The concept is great as the layout requires little. Only nice pieces with interesting textures, shapes, and muted hues. For example, the console with the silver-ish brick design is a fine piece along with the silver table lamps, which complement the overall living room décor beautifully.
The cocoa brown leather armchair is perfect as it bounces off the hardwood floors, while the white sofa softens the look. The simple off-white accent rug beneath the coffee table partners well with both and the overall ambiance of the space.
The dining table and chairs, similar to the Panton S-shaped chair, elevates the modern tone in the room. Together with the spiked chandelier, the area resonates a throwback to the time when interior design pieces were more about contour and style, rather than color and texture.
Various sections of the home take on a shabby-chic appearance like in the kitchen area. The elongated table takes advantage of the re-used look, while the rest of the space embodies an urbane, rustic vibe.
The kid’s bedroom is pretty-in-pink with chesterfield pink cushioned chair and beauteous long pearl-pink curtains. The chevron parquet floor plays a major part in the charm in the room’s décor. It’s idyllic for the little girl enthralled in the wonders of simple beauty.
The larger bedroom is simple as well with a Victorian headboard, candle light chandelier, and peach colored curtains. It’s one of the only rooms with carpeting along with the en suite bathroom. The bedroom also incorporates a bit of shabby-chic with the small console and the bathroom does as well with the bronze hued mirror frame. The office area also uses a different type of parquet floor with slender, long planks. The desk and settee are an ideal combination.
Other sections of the home continue the modern theme with exclusive flooring and unique furniture combinations. It’s a contemporary home whose space has been used well, signifying the essence of good taste.