I love contrasting materials in my interiors (new with old, polished with rough, dark with light), because I think it makes for a more visually stimulating spaces. Here, we brought in the reclaimed wood as a rustic backdrop for the modern furnishings. We added the chocolate curtains to make it appear as if there were a window in the room and to visually frame out the space. The art work is by a good friend of mine, Todd Murphy. Habachy Designs brought in all of the linens and kept it monochromatic with the textured shag area rug. Last but not least, I always love to select a sculptural focal point for a room, and thought what better light fixture for this space than the Taraxacum Suspension Light which was designed by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, 1960. Distributed by FLOS.
Example of a trendy dark wood floor bedroom design in Atlanta — Houzz