This beautiful Victorian interior caught my eye on Pinterest the other day. It’s such a gorgeous space that I wasn’t surprised to find out it was a photographic / film location in Europe. I love that the interior is mostly white with bold, eclectic color accents. It’s great inspiration for a future interior project. Here’s how I would translate this look into a new space…
Start with a taupe toned oak flooring installed in a chevron pattern. Combine this with a gray and white triangle mosiac tile used as flooring also. The walls will be an alabaster off-white color with black accents on the stair railing. For a pop of color, go with a spring green area rug, a canary yellow bentwood chair and sky blue accents. Include an antique mirror to reinforce the eclectic look and finish off the look with hanging greenery throughout the space.
Tan Circle Dining Chair | Armstrong Hardwood Prime Harvest Oak Flooring in Mystic Taupe |Green Doormat by Imports Decor | Rosary Fig Hanging Plant | Ann Sacks Eros Mosaic Tile | Antique White Framed Mirror | Alabaster SW7008 Wall Paint by Sherwin Williams | Yellow Bentwood Chair | Navy Striped Burlap Pillow Cover
Have your been inspired by the ‘Eclectic Traditions’ mood board? What would you create with this color palette?