Sunny Sun Room Shines With Eclectic Elegance

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Tory Burch sun room. source: vogue.com

Just the name of this room says it all: sun room. Ah, it’s the kind of sunny, airy space in our home that allows us to exhale, invites us to cozy up on one of its comfy chairs to read, and a place where the bottom of a shoe should never touch. This 1929 Southhampton home was ambitiously remodeled by Tory Burch, whose love of design and antiques inherited by her parents is apparent and felt deeply in this room of the day. The design approach was to infuse natural elements like grass woven furniture, layered patterns, and a mixed pallet of neutrals and pops of blue and green colors. Through a mélange of furniture and accessory mediums, nature is eclectically reflected in this window surrounded space, giving the visitor an elegant and civilized way to enjoy the outdoors.

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Woven square back lounge chair by John Himmel

Woven square back lounge chair by John Himmel. source: johnhimmel.com

Visit the John Himmel “Rope Collection” gallery for purchasing information.

Quadrille fabrics/accessories

Quadrille fabrics/accessories. source: oomphonline.com

Lots of lovely Quadrille fabrics/accessories to choose from for that lovely pop of color a neutral rooms dreams about.

Octagon blue and white porclain garden stool

Octagon blue and white porcelain garden stool. source: amazon.com

Here’s the eclectic twist: an antique, octagon with blue and white porcelain garden stool…unexpectedly delightful. Price: $500, available @: amazon.com.

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