Study turned Dining Room Before & After
The Before and After issue of Souther Home Magazine featured the work of Blacksburg-based designer Edith-Anne Duncan. We were thrilled to see her incorporate the Benson hardware in this kelly green study! What a happy space and beautiful cover.
Set in a beautiful historic district in Roanoke, the house was built in 1914. The featured room was formerly a muted study.
“We knew we wanted this house to be classic but also full of color; very artistic but still inviting, approachable, and not at all pretentious,” says Duncan.
The homeowners entertain both casually and formally, thus the round table is the perfect setting for bourbon tastings, impromptu take out or a holiday dinner."says Duncan.
"Apple green high gloss paint adorns the mill work. The earrings in the room are the fantastic brass cabinetry hardware by Modern Matter Hardware."