Soaring ceilings and the room's near-symmetrical simplicity served as the launching point for antiques dealer Sally Johannessen, who brought key pieces, such as a large French boiserie, to the guest house. A French pastry table was the perfect solution to divide the narrow space between a living area and a functioning kitchen, and it served as a sofa back and prep area in one. She created a gathering place for guests to congregate at the beginning and end of their day to discuss their plans…
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Name: Clients of Marie Flanigan Location: River Oaks — Houston, Texas So often spaces specifically designed for guests can feel cold and unwelcoming. Not so with this warm and relaxing space! It manages to feel special and serene while still having personality and function. With a strong focus on the natural light available and smart lighting choices, the whole space feels ready for a visitor!
Cute. They say blue is a bad color for a kitchen because it supresses your appetite, but I think it works. It might make the room feel a little more dreamy but it also makes a small space feel larger, and it's interesting pairing it with the beige floor and vallance.