At Henck Design, we are known for mixing old with new. For this Philadelphia design job, we took inspiration from nature, traditional motifs, and classic geometric styles found throughout history to mix with our beloved modern style. It’s our ultimate “classic with a contemporary twist”!
The main level in this luxury home has an open concept plan, with the kitchen, living room, and dining rooms all within a glance for entertaining. You can see that we achieved our goal of balancing classic items like mirrored finishes, tufted fabrics, and traditional colors with other pieces with stylish modern lines to create an updated classic look.
If you look closely around the living room you’ll find soft gold tones, metallic silvers, soft greens that create an interior style all it’s own. Subtle colors and finishes create an overall neutral feel without running the risk of being b-o-r-i-n-g.
We also used mostly neutrals and introduced a couple soft hues. In the master bedroom the feature colors were a couple different shades of blue that we sprinkled around to create an overall feeling of a cool, calm, modern style.
The guestroom’s black-and-white motif has an orderly, yet fun appeal. Who says bedrooms have to be soft and sweet? This guest bedroom leaves nothing to the imagination and paints a clear picture of a modern, graphic style. It’s got patterns that maintain a contemporary feel and appeals to any of the homeowner’s visiting guests coming to Philadelphia for a getaway retreat to this second vacation home.
The goal for this new construction Pennsport resident’s home was to create a cohesive interior design from top to bottom. The house’s design and décor flows from one room to the next with a unified design aesthetic and maintains a certain softness that every sophisticated home MUST have. At Henck Design, we are known for mixing old with new and the transitional styled items in this home perfectly meld with the contemporary touches sprinkled throughout.
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