Love the shapes of these! /// Hand-forged baskets, hayracks, and structures are lending shape to our suspended gardens at Terrain.
Chip found these diamond leaded glass panels just laying in the house and had the idea to install them in the sidelights and in the window that looks into the home office. This ended up being one of my favorite details in the house, because I felt like it really pulled in the classic and traditional style of the home. Plus, the fact that they were original to the home made them a seamless addition.
The traditional feel of the room is really highlighted with the built-in lower cabinets and hardware, the black chandelier and the tray ceiling. The natural wood upper cabinets on either side of the TV bring some warmth to the room, while their unique pulls add more style and definition.
To bring a little visual diversity to the floors I typically add in a rug. In this home, a rug wouldn't be practical because it makes getting around in a wheelchair a little tougher. Instead I opted to lay the flooring in this room in a rug pattern which still accomplished the design goal I was going for, but with so much more practicality for this family.