SWAN FISH CAMPModern Living Room, Minneapolis
Photo Credit: Scott Amundson
What Houzz contributors are saying:
While an ox-eye window is generally associated with traditional or transitional styles, it can work just as well with a contemporary aesthetic. In a simple, spare space with plain white walls, this ox-eye window takes center stage as the room's primary ornamentation.
Keeping the base palette neutral allows the accessories and art to be easily interchangeable. "Initially there was some concern that blue was too cool an accent color," Andrea says. "But adding in textures and layers from pillows, rugs and throws creates warmth and visual interest." Arc lamp and artwork: Z Gallerie