Nothing says spring like fresh flowers and light colors and accessories to brighten up a space. That’s why we adore this Rye entryway designed by Emily Meszkat of Emily Meszkat Interiors, who describes this space as “traditional with a twist.”
The house, which originally belonged to the homeowner’s parents, had a lot of memories inside. The designer and the daughter/current homeowner wanted to make the space “feel different than the home she grew up in yet keep the good bones,” says Meszkat.
To do this, they incorporated some new items, including fresh patterns (featuring the Schumacher wallpaper called Fern Tree), personality, and bright colors. Then, they added some vintage touches, like a settee that originally belonged to the client’s grandmother but was re-covered in a beautiful, colorful fabric, ultimately becoming Meszkat’s favorite part of the design.
Topped off with beautiful accessories that welcome in the spring, and voila! You have a marvelous springtime greeting.
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