Japandi Meets Mid-Mod

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A mainfloor to gather

In this Japandi meets Mid-Century Modern first floor of a New England townhome we married warm cream tones with black and white accents for a simple yet sophisticated look. The custom refurbished yellow piano and the little kids’ swing at the center of the space bring a unique touch of whimsy into the room while acting as a divider and anchor to the otherwise open space – inviting you to converge and connect. 
We then covered the entire floor in a modern take on the herringbone pattern in white-washed oak. Together with the cream tones of the walls and kitchen cabinets, this creates a warmness that is still bright and airy.
At the far corner of the space and just off the large black kitchen island we’ve added a custom banquette and two oval/round tables for even more places to gather and entertain at the modern fireplace.
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Wall Treatment: (main color on half the walls) Sandpiper Beige by Benjamin Moore in Matte + mixed with Plaster of Paris for remaining walls and fire place | Kitchen: (cabinets) Sandpiper Beige by Benjamin Moore in Semi Gloss, (island) Jacobean by Minwax on birch + Carbon by Benjamin Moore in Semi Gloss  | Sofa: vintage re-upholsterd | Coffee table: custom build concrete colored to match Sandpiper Beige walls | Banquette seating: custom build using matching fabric from the sofa | dining tables: Rove Concept | piano: upcycled using Tuscan Sunshine by Graham & Brown in Gloss | lights: Litfad

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