This custom-built bungalow from the 1920’s already had loads of architectural detail like a coffered ceiling, wainscoting, two working fireplaces and a butler’s pantry.
We came in to make this house feel cozy to potential buyers. It is under contract and the buyer who is moving in was originally looking at town homes but because the house is so beautiful she decided to make an offer.
Cardinal Designs chose a classic linen-colored chesterfield couch and a grand club chair in blue velvet. The chair has wide rolled arms and deep button tufting with wooden legs on casters. The handwoven teal wool rug is a focal point of the room.
The large reclaimed wood dining room table was accompanied with wishbone chairs with faux sheep seats. For the heads of the table, we chose some geometric blue and white patterned arm chairs.
The ornate copper headboard looks great against the window for the guest bedroom. Since the bedroom was original brick tile, we decided to warm up the space with a fluffy rug and 2 chairs for a sitting area.
Very rarely are master bedrooms of 1920’s bungalows big enough for king size beds but this one is. We chose a simple tufted headboard and a love-seat to show off the spaciousness of this room.