Mismatched furniture, a pink-toned brick fireplace right out of the 80s, and bland window treatments made this Plymouth living room feel cold and impersonal.
That changed once Kimberly Herrick, ASID, design principal of Herrick Design Group, entered the picture.
After listening, observing, and asking questions, Kimberly created a plan that reflected the homeowners’ personalities, honored their vision, and respected their budget.
First up on the agenda? Covering the pink brick fireplace.
“That was the easiest solution,” Kimberly says. “We layered a white enameled wood surround and cast stone hearth over the old brick.”
The second challenge—per the homeowner’s request—was to keep the original honey-toned woodwork yet mitigate it’s dominance. This goal was accomplished by wrapping the walls in a rich Sisal wallcovering and adding Brazilian Walnut flooring, which grounded the space with tones of deep golden brown.
The final step was layering bold new furniture to add height, color, texture, and interest to this once-bland space, now a cozy retreat for the family and their guests.
Herrick Design Group
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