Welcome to our gallery shining a spotlight on more of the exquisite interior design work of Garrison Hullinger, the Rivington project.
The designers were tasked with crafting a family room that even the dog could enjoy. The project involves the use of appropriate fabrics such as leather and mohair, balanced by drapes of natural linen. The aim was to inject warmth into the interior decorating of this space without comprising its family friendly practicality.
The design began with a family heirloom table, crafted in dark wood and traditional lines. The framework would allow for a fresh, modern nook to showcase the client’s objects and art pieces collected during trips abroad.
Opulent yet useful details abound within the space. Grasscloth wallpaper gives the space texture and depth without creating a stark, formal gallery setting. An updated wingback chair features squared arms, nailhead detailing, and glazed linen with a hint of reflective sheen. The persimmon pillow, which reflects colors in artwork on the wall, adds an important pop.
The biggest takeaway with this space is the deft balancing act between rich formal elements and day-to-day comfort. The design and styling of this space weaves both aspects into a singular personality.
On this end of the room, we see an array of darker hued furniture, centered on an all-glass coffee table. The high contrast space includes lighter toned walls and rich, dark hardwood flooring.
The neutral tones of the walls and shelving are complemented by the leather armchairs and upholstered club chair to the right. Small bursts of color on the coffee table add contrast.
Turning the opposite direction in this large open space, we see a second full set of furniture revolving around a large dark wood coffee table and marble wrapped fireplace. The full height windows let daylight pour into the brightly hued space.
The attached dining room features a darker palette, centering on a glass dining table and set of mocha upholstered chairs, with shade-wrapped chandelier above. A full mirror wall extends the space visually.
Opening into this warm toned foyer, we see a pristine white, nailhead trim sofa standing over the hardwood floor beneath a chandelier and large skylight opening. The jet black front door adds contrast and elegance.
The open-plan space has room for a variety of settings, including this pair of updating wingback chairs flanking an elaborately carved wooden table. Artwork adorns the wall above, lit via sunlight through the full height exterior glass.
This close view reveals the fine detailing on the wingback chair, including its button tufted white upholstery and nailhead trim. The table is elaborately carved, for an exquisite, old fashioned luxury look.
In this cozy corner, the thick leather upholstered armchair stands on the white shag rug next to an end table with an X-frame design and built-in drawer.
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