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A sitting room just off the dining room is the perfect spot to relax after a big meal with family and friends. Almost everything in this room was found for a great price on Craigslist. The mix of products is a perfect example of Clark's warm and eclectic style. "I wanted our home to feel warm, cozy and very personal to us since there were several other houses on the street that looked exactly like ours on the outside," she says.
The dining room uses the same tan color palette as the breakfast area, with a few different patterns and colors for extra personality. Except for the living room, most of the main living spaces in the rest of the home play with the same brown tones. Clark wanted to keep most of the home warm, so she used a neutral as a base and accented with chartreuse and orange.
Wall color: Flatland by Dutch Boy Paint
Bench: Recovered from Wal-Mart
Table: Ashley Furniture
Wall art: Botanicals from "Botanicals: Butterflies & Insects"
A gallery of framed children's artwork lends a sentimental touch to the simple entryway. A row of hooks is at just the right level for her children to hang up bags and coats.
Clark turned a spare bedroom into an office for her interior design work. Gray walls contrast with bright white furniture and colorful textiles for a contemporary color palette. In lieu of built-ins, an Ikea Expedit bookcase was the perfect piece to store books, paperwork and decorative accessories.
Wall color: Trout Gray, Benjamin Moore
Curtain fabric: Wilmington by Covington