We scrolled past an entry that caught our eye this week. Neutral and soft but full of incredible texture and artisanal beauty, it’s a look to love. And although a neutral color palette works throughout the year, it looks especially beautiful for fall when it layers warm tones and earthy accents, Take a look at this dreamy space and let it inspire you to welcome your own guests in your entry with a similar sophisticated vibe this season.
Design: Remedy Design Firm
Architect: Carrick Home Design
Build: RC Dent Construction
Photo: Rebekah Westover Photography
Most entries look complete with five elements: a beautiful rug, a statement console, an interesting overhead light, a large piece of art or mirror, and a curated selection of styling favorites on the table. It’s creates a simple, uncluttered look that still feels rich and welcoming. This space nails it.
This entry keeps the color palette neutral but plays with pattern and texture. The exposed painted brick, the wood ceiling, the arched door, and the mixed wood tones all make the space feel thoughtfully designed. Add to this a few stand out styling pieces and the space feels interesting and unique. Invest in one piece of furniture that you love and. that makes the space. For us, in this entry, it is the reeded console table that makes the biggest statement. It is a combination of earthy wood in a modern shape that blends into the rustic foundation while adding sophistication.
The entry uses a mix of wood tones and organic accent pieces that create an earthy vibe that feels perfect for fall. We love the contrasting black and white ceramics, the oversize tree print, and the artisan Turkish rug.The layering of creamy whites and shades of browns is so warm and welcoming. Remedy Design Firm curates a beautiful online store, Elements by Remedy. Check it out to help you recreate a similar look in your home.
Thanks for stopping by today! We hope this gives you some good ideas as you transition your look for fall. To l see more beautiful spaces by this designer, browse their work here.
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