CC Zippert


A cohesive look: Weave hero colors from one room into accent pieces in the next. We pulled in some of the deep, moody blues and rust colors from the family room to punch up the bright, white living room.


Proportion matters! Just because you love a furniture piece doesn’t mean you’ll love it in the room. We replaced the too-big farm table in this nook with a streamlined pedestal and instantly transformed the space into a hub for meals and homework.

Tackle interior architecture first. We wrapped awkward drywall posts and beams with wood to make them look intentional and used vertical tongue and groove in a moody blue-grey to make the space feel like it has been there forever.

Don’t be afraid of color! One of our favorite ways to ensure color doesn’t go wrong is to pick hues with a grey undertone. This will save you from the “Crayola-effect” of colors overpowering the space and instead create a cozy, moody escape.