I love when people go really bold with color, especially in cases like Shereen de Rousseau’s office, where there are various textures and colors you would never think to put together. I also love how Shereen’s interior decorator, Nancy Riesco, did a block of color along the bottom half of the wall. Not only does this ground the space, it keeps the color from becoming too overwhelming. The white pom-type elements, fun chandelier, and woven rugs give the room depth, while the basic white furniture gives the eye a resting point. Anyone have any idea where that awesome print in the window is from?
UPDATE: The Chinese propaganda poster was found at a Chinese souvenir shop in Vancouver’s Chinatown.
(Inspiration image via Pinecone Camp)