Inspiration from the capitol
Recently one of our Design Associates visited Washington DC and was inspired by the art and architecture our nation's capitol has to offer. Our Design Associates created rooms inspired by her photos of the city's sites. Using a photograph as inspiration is a great way to pull design concepts, like colors, shapes, and textures together.
This metal tree outdoor sculpture "Graft" was created by American artist Roxy Paine. We translated the sculpture into a monochromatic palette of grays and blues to inspire a relaxed living space. Steel and glass tables mimic the strong structure of the tree.
Row houses are known for their visual interest and these are no exception. Beaming with an array of colors, these tall structures lend so much potential to room design.
This living space uses track arm furniture to add structure and straight lines to the room much like the architecture of row houses. A multicolored rug anchors the space while allowing for endless color combos.
Similar to the row houses this stone building is a beauty to look at.
Like this building, our Manhattan Dining Collection is a modern classic. This dining space features sleek lines, structured patterns, and an abstract city scape giclee as the focal point.
This view from the old post office is fantastic!
The terra cotta colored roof tops and green backdrop come full circle in our Brushstoke rug. Gray furniture with hints of champagne accessories complete the look.
Finally, the main attraction of Washington DC.
Our Cindy white sectional takes center stage in this inviting living space. The plush green lawn and red flowers from the landscape are portrayed through botanical art prints and accessories.
Thank you to our Hanover designers for creating these inspirational rooms.