I’ve been talking with students lately about focal points and how to create them.
In this extraordinarily organic space Ms Wearstler mixes beautiful woods with so many different slabs of granite I lost count. The unpredictability of the repeated sizes and shapes of the slabs combined with the randomness of their graining creates a movement that is like an adrenalin rush.
Throw in that wildly imaginative chandelier and this room demands that you stop and take it all in.
Imagine this room with a drop-in ceiling, solid carpeting and a mahogany desk with a framed print behind it.
Now do you understand the power of a focal point wall? OK, in this case a focal point room?
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