Welcome back to another edition of Moodboard Monday! The design schemes below were created for the Great Room of our Blue Ridge, GA, project, which has been featured in previous blog posts (you can check them out here and here).

In this expansive room, scale plays an important role in giving the space a homey feel. Tall ceilings provide ample space for dramatic architectural lighting, and we chose furnishings that would fill in the space without seeming overcrowded. Color takes center stage in this design, and we’ve injected plenty of burnt oranges and deep reds that pop against tonal greys. We also wanted to celebrate the beauty of the home’s natural surroundings. To achieve this, we’ve incorporated organic shapes that seamlessly blend with the environment, enhancing the overall aesthetic.

We’re so eager to see this vision come to life and become a stunning reality. Stay tuned for more updates!

Clockwise from Top: Horizonte by Marcio Kogan / studio mk27 available from Minotti, Afua in Walnut and Patch in Madder from Studio Ashby, Cedar Floor Lamp by Colin King x Troy Lighting available from Lulu and Georgia, John Dickinson Attributed African Side Table available from Chairish, Buraco Relax Chair in Teak available from France&Son, Castilleja Archipelagos Coffee Table available from WARECO, CB2 Pelosa Sheepskin Ottoman in Taupe
Clockwise from Top: Kufri Commune Malmo Check in Eucalyptus, John Pomp Radiant Cascading Pendants, RH 1960s Liseuse Task Floor Lamp in Lacquered Burnished Brass, Uma Accent Table in Paprika and Vlad Accent Table in Clay from Arteriors, Achille Coffee Table in Black Steel from NOIR Trading, Una Malan Olive Waterfall Swivel Chair available from WARECO