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Lucy Interior Design
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energy,” Penfield says. They ultimately opted not to go with sunlight-resistant fabrics, as the windows have UV glare protection, and because soft colors tend to fade in a pleasing, porch-y way.
When it came to layering prints, Penfield used
spot to put up their feet and relax. “The homeowners love to enjoy The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal as well as their iPads out here,” Penfield says. “They are always moving the ottomans around depending on where they are sitting.” Located right off the kitchen, the room is a great spot for
When it came to layering prints, Penfield used tiers. Tier one: The smallest print is on the largest pieces, the twin ottomans. Tier two: The medium-scale organic fern print in soft blue is
“Monet sunroom” — Charlie Marshall
Lucy Interior Design
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blue for the larger pieces, then accentuated them with smaller daubs of bright pink and turquoise. “The bolder colors infuse the room with energy,” Penfield says. They ultimately opted not to go with sunlight-resistant fabrics, as the windows have UV glare protection, and because soft colors tend to fade
spot to put up their feet and relax. “The homeowners love to enjoy The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal as well as their iPads out here,” Penfield says. “They are always moving the ottomans around depending on where they are sitting.” Located right off the kitchen, the room is a great spot for
closer to wall than I thought When it came to layering prints, Penfield used tiers. Tier one: The smallest print is on the largest pieces, the twin ottomans. Tier two: The medium-scale organic fern print in soft blue is
“love the lamp” — joanandjeff
Lucy Interior Design
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Storage Nook
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designers have a knack for expressing a client's style perfectly. For others, the evolution of a client's style help make the house a home. Lucy Penfield of Lucy Interior Design worked on this Tudor in Edina, in a suburb of Minneapolis, for 12 years. Over that time, the client's style changed drastically
the West Coast wife loves art and color, the East Coast husband has a more traditional style, and their 12-year-old daughter loves playful designs. Penfield designed a more traditional main floor incorporating neutrals and rich colors, and then created a colorful modern Moroccan teen lounge downstairs
lives here: A young couple and their 12-year-old daughter Location: Edina, Minnesota Size: 5,000 square feet; 3 bedrooms, 5 baths That's interesting: Penfield had the floor of the basement dug down by a foot to increase the height of the room. Add to Ideabookby Lucy Interior Design by Lucy Interior Design
“interesting mix of things on shelves” — cpope007
Lucy Interior Design
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Tudor Revival
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The family is active and loves to entertain, so Penfield used practical materials, all-weather fabrics and durable finishes for all the main living spaces. Halfway through the home's renovation, the family decided to get two cats, so Penfield integrated cat-friendly fabrics into the space as well.Table
“paint” — ushgan
The Cross Design
Railtown Condo
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sofa? "You never want to feel trapped or feel as though you're making laps around a room to get in or out," says Minneapolis interior designer Lucy Penfield. And "don't locate the back of a sofa by the entry," says Colorado interior designer Andrea Schumacher. "It should be set up so one can walk in and
route for those who prefer to be spontaneous. "Block out a good hour or so, bring a friend along or your family, and really move things around," says Penfield. Move out everything that's easy to carry first, just to get a new view of the room. Then switch it all up — even take out the rug to see what the
“15-18 inches between upholstery and table; 2 to 4 feet walking space. Angles take up room. Try sym” — klenehan
Jeremy Harnish Designer Finishes
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Laguna 15 project
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bold and choose something different for each side." If you opt for a wall-mounted light rather than a traditional table lamp, Penfield recommends waiting until you know the height of your headboard and mattress before hardwiring the fixture. min 2 feet around bed for wLKING RM
“outside” — antoniamgomez
Lucy Interior Design
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When it came to layering prints, Penfield used tiers. Tier one: The smallest print is on the largest pieces, the twin ottomans. Tier two: The medium-scale organic fern print in soft blue is
the covers were cut from the same fabric, and the floral medallions were placed with care. “The sofa is so pretty and quiet, we left it solid,” Penfield says. “It also ties in with the sisal rug.” The sofa fabric is a textured linen blend.
“Poltrona” — Luz Dary Gonzalez Reyes
Robin Pelissier Interior Design & Robin's Nest
Summer Home on Martha's Vineyard
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Placing the BedDeal with the bed first. "The bed is like a giant elephant that does not want to budge," says Minneapolis designer Lucy Penfield. Nashville designer Kippie Leland suggests trying to have the head of the bed on the wall opposite the bedroom's entrance. Don't worry too much if that means
“Color contrast great for odd shapes ceilings” — oldschoolmama
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