The home’s exterior alone begs me to take a glimpse inside. Let’s face it, 1974 mid-century in Charleston is not the norm, but I like that it is unexpected and the color of the front door is retro chic. I really love how the light from indoors almost glows through those windows – so inviting!
There’s so much I can say about this family room: the purple Madeline Weinrib rug (I’m a HUGE fan of Weinrib), the accents of the teal colored stool, the miscellaneous gallery of unique wall art… all of it together really make the space. It seems so chic and surprisingly un-fussy at the same time – a key combo for a home with kids!
I can almost find no words to describe the dining room… mi amore! Everything from the zebra rug, saarinen dining table, vintage chandelier and glass console take my breath away! Once again, there’s an impeccable, as well as eccentric, compilation of art and the shell lamps just seem to accent the collection perfectly. There’s that pop of teal again - against the zebra rug it’s so fun. What is not to love about this room?
These three bedrooms, yet again, show how well Hranowsky uses pattern + color. After I first saw the master bedroom, I felt a restored faith in the color purple. Those accents seem subtle and somehow neutral. I love how Hranowsky goes above + beyond, using three different colors for stripes on the wall in the boy’s room – it tricks the eye out of the norm. And check out that window shade – pretty unexpected and cool. The pink rug in the girl’s room is super-posh, but I think the light fixture keeps the whole room from being too girly (plus, it’s a reminder of the house’s mid-century accent I’m in origin).
Thanks so very much Staci for allowing me to take your blog on a tour through my favorite interior – I hope you’ve all enjoyed the view just as much as I have!
I certainly enjoyed this home, thank you so much for sharing it with us Elizabeth! What did you think?