Style Scheme: A Three Season Room with a Global Vibe

Hipster meets world-wanderer in a three-season room designed by Kendra Dufton of color theory Boston. 

Text by Lynda Simonton

 

Bold tile from Popham Design was the jumping-off point for the design. The color evokes tropical waters, and its pattern lends interest without overwhelming. A commanding ottoman and pillows made with energetic fabrics by Gastón y Daniela add to the layered feel and global look.

Since a three-season room is often separate from the main living space, it’s an opportunity to create something fun and unexpected. A swing by Roberti Rattan is a whimsical centerpiece. Hop on and channel your inner child.

While many designers eschew ceiling fans, Dufton adds one to evoke tropical breezes.

Plants are a must here, and planters with a contemporary profile will host bold and modern varieties like lush monstera palms or plump succulents.

  1. Maverick Grand ceiling fan, Monte Carlo Fans, Wolfers Lighting, wolferslighting.com
  2. Clive indoor-outdoor ottoman, Anthropologie, various New England locations, anthropologie.com
  3. Ando floor tile, Popham Design, Ann Sacks, annsacks.com
  4. Swing sofa by Roberti Rattan, Casa Design, Boston, casadesigngroup.com
  5. Bullet planter by Hip Haven, DWR, Cambridge, Mass., dwr.com
  6. Jaime end table, Arteriors, available through the designer
  7. Farah (a) and Hepburn (b) fabrics from the Africalia Collection, Gastón y Daniela through Lee Jofa, kravet.com

Kendra Dufton, color theory Boston, Boston,  colortheoryboston.com

 

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