A Landmarked Park Slope Brownstone Awakens with Vibrant Color

Color is so important – especially in smaller spaces. It can make rooms seem larger than they are because they become filled with energy.

When you decide to add vibrant colors to your design, focus on more than just adding it to the walls. Having colorful chairs and sofas can be a lot of fun, especially in Denver where all of the buildings are neutral tones.

Stop by one of our showrooms today to explore our exciting and fun choices for your home.

http://www.designsponge.com/2017/04/a-landmarked-park-slope-brownstone-awakens-with-vibrant-color.htmlA Landmarked Park Slope Brownstone Awakens with Vibrant Color – Design*Sponge “While the renovation added many new features and opened up several spaces to create a better flow, the design was simultaneously careful not to overwhelm or compromise the spirit of the historic features,” Sarah says.

“The goal all along was to figure out how to make the house feel as wide as possible while preserving as much as possible,” Sam echoes. “The original details are actually quite grand, so we wanted to show them off as much as possible. Removing the wall between the front parlor and the original library (now kitchen) transformed the whole house. It exposed the central staircase which deserves to be seen. And Sarah’s design truly maximizes every square inch of space there is.”

While Sarah reconfigured the space to make it work for the family while honoring its past, she and Sam worked in tandem to infuse the home with energizing colors and other eye-catching design elements. Take a spin through the whole tour to see how color and history interplay harmoniously to give the Arcade family the space they need in the neighborhood they love.

 

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