Removing the understated lap siding from the fireplace was also a must. DFI’s trusted mason came to the rescue. Stacking local natural stone gave the family room a deep-rooted, traditional Texas feel. With the salt water fish serving as live art, and gunmetal and gold sculptured wall art from a local artist, the wall is perfectly accented. To fill out the space, additional furnishing and a beautiful, new square, silver leaf cocktail table and small clover style ottomans for additional seating were added, to completing both theé room’s look and function. Teal and blue accent vases and accessories gave her more of the color she wanted and balanced the aquarium’s tones. Check out my interior designer blogs.
“ Color balance is much like balancing a relationship. The only difference is one must replace a therapist with a designer.”
– Dee Frazier
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