A recent project by Rachel Dunham that couldn’t help but catch our eye was an eclectic house she furnished in Lexington.
For the living areas, she focused on mastering the family’s style – mixing their unique modern flair with a love of Asian influence.
And Rachel managed to weave a color scheme full of bold colors like citron, navy, and chartreuse throughout the entire space – truly dispelling the myth that color is the enemy.
And even our Mud Vases found their way onto the coffee table.
In the dining room, her choice for a table was actually a custom live-edge table by Saltwoods made out of cypress, complete with a one-sided waterfall edge – we absolutely love its organic form amidst the modern and traditional pieces.
And what better to go atop than our Lawrence McRae Bowl and Vase in Ocean!
Heading towards the more laid-back family room, the colors shifted from a bolder affair to tones of gray, charcoal, and white – but didn’t completely abandon the client’s love for the daring.
Blu Dot Ottomans and Rachel’s choice of colorful pillows complement the brightness from all the surrounding green.
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