This morning House Beautiful posted these images from “Mix Master,” a feature on a home by Lindsey Coral Harper Interiors in their March Color Issue. We couldn’t wait to share them with you! This home in Charlotte, NC is packed with color and personality; a much needed pick me up in February. The March 2015 issue is on newsstands now, so pick up an issue for the full feature!
The entry features Jim Thompson’s Duquetterie Linen, a Bunny Williams Hourglass table, and Phillip Jeffries Rivets wallpaper in the small hallway to the right. The walls were upholstered by Design Services of Charlotte.
Lindsey loves : Jim Thompson’s Duquetterie Linen fabric upholstered on the walls. “In the entry we needed a wow factor, and this fabric was a risk, but it is bananas! It is a two story entry, and the pattern helps to draw your eye up”.
The living room walls are lacquered in Benjamin Moore’s Antiguan Sky. The curtains in this room and throughout the house were made by Interior Couture of the Carolinas. The corner chairs are by O’Henry House, and the lamp is Christopher Spitzmiller. The arm chairs are by Jayson Home, covered in an Oscar de la Renta fabric for Lee Jofa. Art from Hidell Brooks Gallery in Charlotte.
Lindsey loves: “The corner chairs from O’Henry House are chic and perfect for flanking a fireplace and I love the zig zag shape on the valances.”
The living room sofa is covered in a cotton velvet by Duralee.
Lindsey loves: “The Jayson Home chairs with the scrolled arm are always a favorite! Custom lampshades are a must…they complete the look for any lamp.”
The dining room walls are covered in two grasscloths, both by Phillip Jeffries. The dining chairs are vintage, painted orange and upholstered in a Romo plaid.
Lindsey loves: “The bold paint color on the vintage dining chairs. The lacquer keeps the room from becoming stuffy.”
The library features a Lee Industries sofa in Fabricut velvet, a Stark rug, and Twigs Pheasant wallpaper on the ceiling.
Lindsey loves: “The books on the book shelves from The Strand. These books are color coordinated with the room’s scheme, and hand arranged by LCH Interiors. Don’t neglect your bookshelves! In this room, the shelves act as our backdrop and the walls come to life with these colorful books!”
Vintage Francis Elkins chairs upholstered in Kravet fabric surround the kitchen table. The pendant light is by Y Lighting.
Lindsey loves: “The pop of yellow is Kravet vinyl on the seat cushions. Don’t be afraid to use vinyl on kitchen chairs! It is no longer a nod to the 70’s. Many fabric houses have chic vinyls that are quite practical for the kitchen.”
The sunroom features a custom Niba rug, a Christopher Spitzmiller lamp, and Ralph Lauren grasscloth on the ceiling. The curtains are a custom stripe pattern, made from two solid linen fabrics.
Lindsey loves: “The custom rug, the curtains, and the printed plaid from Ferrick Mason on the club chairs. We did wait a while on this custom carpet, but it completes the room. In this instantaneous time of now now now, waiting for something hand-crafted and unique is WORTH IT!”
The hallway is lacquered in Benjamin Moore’s Twilight Blue, with Farrow & Ball’s tented stripe paper.
Lindsey loves: “The bold color in this small hallway. Go bold or go home when working with small spaces!”
The master bedroom features hand painted floors by Jay C. Lohmann, a Madison Headboard by Lamshop, custom bedside tables by Lamshop, Brunschwig & Fils’ Turkestan fabric, and bedding by Leontine Linens.
Lindsey loves: “The repetition of the ikat pattern here, it was so pretty we used it over and over again. I also love a a dramatic headboard in an unexpected shape!”
A close up of the custom painted floors.
Lindsey loves: “Jay Lohmann’s custom painted floors. We pulled this pattern from the fabric on the curtains and bedskirt. It is a custom element that makes a big impact on the space.”
A Lee Jofa wallpaper, Jonathan Adler mirror, and Vaughan finish off the bathroom.
Lindsey loves: “A bold paper in a bathroom! This ‘Malachite’ paper works perfectly with the sheer stripe roman shade (reflected in the mirror). The sheer is by Carleton V. They have beautiful sheer stripes; I lined the sheer with a pale pink solid for another dose of color in the otherwise black and white bathroom. It’s all in the details!”