Megan's "Woodstock Modern" Room
Location:Woodstock , New York
Deep orange, brown, white, black, green and yellow with small bursts of other colors
Nature and the contrast of pop art. I found that because of our large windows and skylights, I needed to pick a palette that would compliment each season. When it is summer and spring, the colors compliment the leaves outside and in the winter the cool creams echo the snow all around and the other colors warm up the space so it doesn't feel cold. I change the rug in the livingroom to a cream flokati for warmth and to mimic the snow. I chose a simple back drop of creamy white to let the image outdoors pop and then brought some of those colors found in nature inside. Also the era and architecture of the home gave us a "pop art/psychedelic" theme to play off of.
For me, it was letting the architecture and the view out not compete with the inside. When you have windows like ours they are like live canvases. I chose a dominant color and allowed the rest of them to be playful sidebars.
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