Contemporary Coastal Sunroom

Contemporary Coastal Sunroom

Curated by Jonathan Scott

If you're craving the lazy days of summer in the sun, recreate that feeling of warmth and joy year-round with Jonathan Scott's Contemporary Coastal Sunroom.

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Jonathan Says…

You can’t beat natural sunlight, so having a comfy, cozy space to lounge in while soaking up those rays is good for the soul. It’s all about creating a relaxed, inviting vibe. The careful use of natural elements such as wood and stone bring the beauty of the outdoors in.

I’ve always enjoyed the feel of vacationing in an elegant lodge rich with classic charm.

You want to be very careful that a space like this doesn’t feel too cold or uninviting, so the warmth that the Antigua Rug brings is vital. You know a space like this will get a lot of traffic from kids playing to couples cuddling. The Hayes Sofa is not only super soft and comfy but also easy to clean, while the Cyrano Coffee Table is chunky and substantial to help anchor the furniture and add a beautiful warm wood tone to the design. You don’t want to have all your seating options too large and heavy, so stools and ottomans are a great option. The Gayle Ottomans add a touch of class and additional spots for friends to gather.

This space is designed to entertain. Whether it’s family or friends, it’s the perfect gathering place to make memories and laugh your heart out. It feels like a space that you could spend an endless amount of time in. You’ll feel right at home the second you sit down and you won’t want to leave because the atmosphere helps you slow things down and enjoy life.

Hello Weekend Dining Room

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Hello Weekend Dining Room

Curated by Rose Ott

Rose Ott curates Hello Weekend, a sophisticated dining room that easily translates from late night aperitifs to Sunday morning brunch.

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Rose Says…

The weekend’s here and there is no better way to celebrate another trip around the sun than by inviting friends over for an evening of cocktails and dinner. Life’s best memories involve time spent with those we love, especially in beautiful spaces.

This dining room was designed for a small scale room, perfect for the fashion-forward millennial or empty nester couple living in a city apartment. The gently curved base of the table keeps it light in feeling and adds interest, juxtaposing the simple soft blue contemporary velvet chairs that add grace and elegance. As soft jazz plays in the background, this is the perfect place to clink your glasses and say, “Cheers” to the weekend as you converse and catch up. The earth-toned striped rug anchors and warms up the space. The eye moves around the room taking in the mixed metals, greenery and mirror. Pairing these elements created a sophisticated, inviting yet informal dining area.

Sophisticated, yet approachable.

The cool grays and gold add sophistication, while the warm earth tones in the area rug and light fixture makes it approachable. This room is comfortable and all you want to do is fill it with the people you love to create some more memories.