Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Favorite Room Feature: Green Room Interiors

Lovely, lovely ladies. Today I am sharing a super talented and extremely lovely interior designer from the South. My kind of lady. How about the accomplished Kim Lemmon from Green Room Interiors. In addition to Kim being a breathtaking and enviable designer, she runs a store in good ole Chattanooga, TN. For those of you who have not frequented Chattanooga, TN, I suggest you do so. Fabulous little city with a whole lot of charm. I might double back there now that I have a reason to shop. You will love Kim's aesthetic. Cross my heart. 

Hello Sadie & Stella readers!  I'm Kim Lemmon, from Green Room Interiors and I'm so very excited to be participating in Lindsay's Favorite Room series.  
My favorite room is my family room, and I have to say that I'm very pleased with how it turned out.  This is actually how it started out. A blank canvas. 

Seriously. My  home was built in 1972 and has absolutely zero architectural interest.  No crown molding, no built-in bookcases - not even a mantel!  For those of you that live in spaces like the one I've just described, take heart!  It's really all about decorating and creating interest through your furnishings and fabrics.  

For instance, since I had no fireplace ( which normally serves as room's focal point), I created my own focal point - around my TV!



It's a focal point that has a job. And it provides a little interest to this featureless room. 


Did I mention that my family room is also very long and very narrow?  The shape of my room allowed for another "zone" that could be dedicated to an entirely different function.
And so my makeshift library was created by having a table skirt made from a favorite fabric find, flanking the table with seating and piling on some books.


 Here's a better shot of how the room is set up.

And finally, I decided to make the most of a big empty wall and do what I've been dreaming of for years - covering it with art!

 And, even though I never dreamed I'd be saying this when we bought the house a few years ago, this is my favorite room!!!

Thank you Lindsay, for inviting me over to share my favorite room!!!

18 comments:

  1. I can see why its a favorite room, its interesting, beautiful eclectic and full of warmth. WELL DONE!

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  2. I love this room, too. Kim did an amazing job. She has great taste in furniture and fabric.

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  3. Kim is so amazing! This room truly took my breath away. Very chic!

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  4. So beautiful. I love how she created the extra little sitting "nook" with the side table. And the wall of art is heaven!

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  5. I LOVE every inch of this room, I've never seen a tv look so good! Gorgeous job, Kim!

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  6. Those curtains are insane! Love them. And love the dressed round table...that fabric is beautiful. SO glad you did a gallery wall and hung all the way down! I love it.

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  7. So so pretty! I'm dying over that amazing gallery wall! :)

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  8. How beautiful! I absolutely LOVE that gallery wall! It has so much depth and interest :)

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  9. That skirted table is perfect in your space Kim! I'm also loving your draperies!

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  10. One of my favorites from the ORC! Still loving that gallery wall!

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  11. Thank you everyone for such kind comments, and thank you Lindsay for inviting me to share my room with your readers!!!

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  12. I love this room! Is it possible to find out where the botanical fabric is from?

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  14. What a great transformation. I just stayed in Chatanooga for the first time a few weeks ago, you are right it is charming...I need more time to shop clearly!

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  15. Great room! Could you share a source for your horizontal stripe curtain fabric? I love a horizontal stripe, and the only ones I can find are way wider. Thank you!

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