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The Interior of Design – Design Diary

There’s an art in pulling a room together, in weaving elements that feel cohesive yet unexpected

 

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here’s an art in pulling a room together, in weaving elements that feel cohesive yet unexpected. Combining toned-down colors with warm woods and leathers; feminine florals with utilitarian stripes; small-scale tiles and patterns with larger ones — this study in contrasts is what creates harmonious design. A soft palette of green, blue, and cream feels fresh, but reads entirely familiar. This flat lay serves as inspiration for a bedroom or bathroom design.

1 STRIPE Drapery

2 LINEN WEAVE Headboard

3 WHITE TILE Bathroom wall tile

4 WOOD Nightstand and bathroom vanity

5 PAINT CHIP Ceiling, walls, trim, and door in room and bathroom

6 ANTIQUE BRASS Hardware throughout

7 LIGHT YELLOW TILE Floor tile

8 LEATHER Accent chair or bench at foot of the bed

9 WALLCOVERING

10 PENNY TILE shower floor

11 FLORAL Accent pillows

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Ashley Montgomery has over ten years of experience in the design industry and started her own firm in 2014. She holds a business degree in hospitality and a degree in interior design. Her team is based in Toronto and Barrie, Ontario, and includes designers, project managers, and drafting specialists, all working with Ashley’s signature style.

(Originally featured in Family Room, Issue 006)

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