Main Street Transitional Sunroom, Burlington
This historic restoration and renovation was the cover story for the September / October 2015 issue of Design New England. Working with skilled craftsmen, we salvaged a derelict house and brought it into the 21st century. We were fortunate to design all aspects of the home, from architecture to interiors to the landscape plan!
Example of a small transitional gray floor and medium tone wood floor sunroom design in Burlington with a standard ceiling and no fireplace — Houzz
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Neutral with a twist. Take your neutral base and add some zing with bold-hued pillows. The palette seen here features a mix of warm and cool colors, but because the bold colors are limited to two (orange and green) and used in small doses via the pillows, it doesn’t overwhelm the room. You can really have fun with your pillows when your furniture is neutral. Two or three standout colors and a mix of patterns can add just the right visual punch. I’m always advising homeowners to use bold color for items that are easy and relatively affordable to change out should they grow tired of the color and want to go in a different color direction. Bold-hued and patterned decorative pillows definitely fit this bill.
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Also for living room or sunroom. Ottoman instead of coffee table (general aversion to coffee tables, especially in house with open flow). Bright neutrals with color accents.