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Mood Board Monday

Antwerp Chair, spectrum swirl (Anthropologie; $1698)

Today brings a second installment of Mood Board Monday (this time hosted by the lovely Tracy of Comfort & Luxury). This week's challenge is to design a room around one of two Anthropologie chairs (I chose the Antwerp chair pictured above for its colorful paisley pattern and lovely traditional shape). I decided that, while a chair like this certainly deserves to be the star of the show, it also needs pieces that can stand up to it a bit -- items and fixtures that could balance all of this fabulousness with a bit of...gravitas, shall we say?

When I think about rooms with some weight (both literally and figuratively), I think of a masculine study or library, complete with dark walls, old leather and brass fixtures -- the kind of room that wouldn't be out of place in Sterling Memorial Library or an equally venerable, equally stodgy institution. So what would happen if that sort of room were introduced to a chair such as this? Suddenly, a masculine study would take on a more modern, more colorful personality. A little bit traditional, a little bit eclectic bohemian...and a little bit subversive.

Something along the lines of this:

Miles Redd

But with a dash of the New York Public Library thrown in for good measure.

With this inspiration as a touchstone, I've thrown together the following mood board:

Source list: 1. Paint Color: Slate Teal from Benjamin Moore. 2. Antique Maps from V&J Duncan (Eastern Hemisphere, ca. 1835 ($85) and England & Scotland, c. 1732 ($375)). 3. Adjustable Floor Lamp from Circa Lighting ($315). 4. NY Public Library table lamp from Circa Lighting ($420). 5. Portuguese Desk from Restoration Hardware ($1495). 6. Paisley Pillows from Anthropologie ($98-$115). 7. Conrad Sofa from Jayson Home & Garden ($5,495). 8. Paisley Rug in Ivory from Madelaine Weinrib.

Be sure to check out all the other wonderful mood boards inspired by this fabulous chair HERE.

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