Meet our Fall/Winter guest editor, Genny Cummings, Interior Designer and owner of Indigo Interiors. Well-known for her East meets West aesthetic and harmonious use of antiques and contemporary designs, Genny shares her expert advice on using a neutral palette to create a serene living scene.
"Quiet, neutral color palettes in the home have taken flight recently, with a multitude of gray hues leading the trend. But the key to avoid a one-dimensional, uninspiring space is to create many notes of nuanced neutrals. Putty, pewter, granite and white add depth and relevance, while texture and reflective materials bring in some drama.
And if your heart cries out for a little more - add a dash of saffron for spice!"
1321 State Street
(from left to right) Sofa from Lee Industries; An assortment of old European glass bottles; Japanese document chest c. 1930’s.
(from left to right) Vintage Textiles from Tribal China, Japan and Romania; Black and White acrylic painting - Peggy Ferris;
Handcrafted black and white ceramic vessels with penciled patterns.
(from top left, clockwise) White lounge chair from Lee Industries; Cast bronze Ostrich table; One-of-a-kind jewelry by local artists; White marble votive, hand carved in India; Terra cotta “artichoke” lamp; African elephants crafted from repurposed rusted iron.