Responsible for transforming a cookie-cutter house in Tanglewood, Texas into a one-of-a-kind residence, Nina Magon took the project in hand. The end result is a contemporary sprawl that features a mix of old and new elements, including tiled backsplashes, vibrant artwork, and textured furnishings.
Explore the modern oasis below.
Formal living room
“In approaching our client’s formal living room design, we opted for a soft, calming and inviting palette for both our clients and their guests,” says Magon. “Punctuated with bold details such as an organically shaped marble and brass coffee table, vintage-style glass chandelier and curvilinear furniture, this space is a space that intrigues and presents visual interest at every turn,” adds she does. “Greenery and flowers were introduced into the space to accentuate the exterior landscaping, which in turn brought life and final touches to the space.”
Sofa: Anthropologie, re-upholstered by Nina Magon Studio. Pink chairs: personalized by Nina Magon Studio, made by Creative Style Furniture. Side tables: B&B Italia and BeDesignCoffee. Low table: Kidney Marble and France & Son. Masterpieces: La Fenêtre De L’Atelier In California and Off The Wall Gallery. Carpet: London gray carpet. Vintage wooden chair: Flemish fireplace in carved walnut and 1stDibs. Chandelier: HR.
“The architectural details of our client’s living room being visually stunning, we wanted to showcase its arches and vaulted ceiling by incorporating a gold chandelier to elevate the eyes and highlight those features,” Magon details. “Through the use of contrast and juxtaposition, we were able to create striking visual interest with pops of color with the furniture and the carpet.” In addition, the linear lines found in the bookcase and bench “help tie the beautiful exposed beams of the space together and provide a nice contrast to the softness of the fabrics and the brass color of the chandelier”. Overall, Magon says she “wanted this space to be heartwarming and warm with a sense of sophisticated sophistication.”
Chair: Alex Bordeaux, from Crate & Barrel. Side table: Lulu and Georgia. Bench and Chandelier: HR. Bookshelf: Bespoke, designed by Nina Magon Studio.
With beamed ceilings and a minimalist color palette, the home’s kitchen features many custom pieces designed by Magon, including stools and chairs, in addition to a tiled backsplash by Ann Sacks, a Aero Marble breakfast table and a Pottery Grange pendant.
Pendant: Pottery barn. Saddles: made to measure, by Nina Magon Studio. Breakfast table: Aero marble. Chairs: made to measure, by Nina Magon Studio. Tile backsplash: Ann Sacks.
To maintain the same overall color palette throughout the home, Magon showcased the home’s original architecture by “pairing it with calming hues and stylish furnishings.” By recreating the illusion of wooden planks in the vaulted ceiling, we incorporated a large architectural chandelier that showcases beautiful intricate details with its stacked pieces of glass, ”she explains. “To break up all the harsh lines and rectilinear profiles of the space, we have presented curvaceous lounge chairs that present a beautiful, tranquil space our guests can retreat to. With the use of soft accents and light colors throughout the space, this created the opportunity for the large windows to be a striking focal point that allows natural light to flow into the space, which in turn creates a harmonious sanctuary throughout. “
Chandelier: HR. Chairs: Swoon Lounge and Space Copenhagen for Fredericia Furniture, from Danish Design Store. Night tables : Carrigan chest of drawers by Made Goods. Side tables: Androgyne and Danielle Siggerud for Menu.
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