Rita Konig In the family room, the George Sher lock sofa is upholstered in a Raoul Textiles linen, the ottoman, covered in a de Le Cuona corduroy, is by Howe, the armchairs are from Dean Antiques, the stool is a Paris flea-market find, and the antique bench is from Ruby Beets; works by Sam McEwen and Hugo Guinness, among others, hang above the fireplace, the walls are painted in Emery & Cie's C'est Un Garçon, the cane shades are from Joss Graham, and the rug is by Beauvais Carpets.
Work Every Inch that You’ve Got - 12 Sneaky Ways To Update Your Kitchen - Southernliving. Anchor your breakfast nook with a substantial piece of furniture like a bench or banquette. Keep the table and additional seating lightweight and understated.
In addition to your electrical lights, take control of your natural light sources, too. Layered window treatments offer different configurations for every situation. Use blinds and curtains in tandem to block out most (if not all) natural light. Sheer or lightweight curtains diffuse natural light, but still offer some privacy.