When it comes to envisioning my ideal home, the first thing that comes to mind would be a clean, modern space designed in a cool color palette. I’ve heard many people’s opinions on whether or not cool colors and warm colors can be mixed within a design scheme and I’ve got to admit that if I had to choose, it’s the cool tones that catch my eye the most. Personally, I don’t think that I could find anything upsetting at all about space designed in cool colors with a clean, laid-back modern aesthetic.
Recently while surfing my favorite blog sites, I eventually stumbled upon a beautiful space that I could only best describe as being bespoke, modern and clean. Designed by Terris Lightfoot and Kelly Deck, this Canadian single-family home is a picturesque vision of where I’d think that a young, modern family would want to reside. From the herringbone patterned tile backsplash in the kitchen to the geographic pattern wallpapered ceiling in the office, it’s nice to see that a space can be clean and modern without appearing too sterile and boring.
As you probably already figured (if you’re familiar at all with my obsession of picturesque workspaces), my favorite room in the house would, without a doubt, have to be the home office. I’m in love with the geometric wallpapered ceiling, the sleek cabinetry with built-in desk, and my favorite modern lighting fixture, Jonathan Adler’s brass Sputnik chandelier. As a matter of fact, I pretty much love all of the brass touches in the space, from the chandelier and task lighting to the cabinetry hardware and peace-sign sculpture from Noir. Who couldn’t have a productive workday in a well-designed modern workspace full of natural light and clean lines?
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