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Interiors: A built-in, 2 ways

Millwork brings stability into a room. You can customize the look by working with paint colors or finishes that aren’t dominate throughout your home.  I designed this built-in with the purpose of accentuating character and adding versatility that would allow for interchangeable settings.  The paint color used is Benjamin Moore’s, Wrought Iron.

I’ve styled the environment around the built-in as both a sitting area and breakfast nook.

First, as a library sitting room.  A tranquil place to relax and read:


Next, as a breakfast nook.  A casual place for coffee, tea, and breakfast:



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