Two Styles, One Room: Modern meets Old World

It is Rebecca and Paula again from Sea Island Drive with a fun holiday edition of Two Styles, One Room.

Before we dive in, we wanted to congratulate Paloma on her cover of Domino Magazine! How exciting and what an honor to be featured.

Now, just because it is the holidays, doesn’t mean you want to deck out every room to get in the holiday spirit, but a few simple touches can amp up any room. Take this lovely modern meets old world room below:

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Picture via Lonny

The old world elements of the gorgeous stone fireplace really shine and remain the focal point even with the very modern gold chairs flanking it. The lucite table also allow the details of the craftsmanship to be seen without taking away from the gorgeous details.

In terms of holiday decor they kept it simple and clean, but went with very traditional elements – a wreath and garland.

The overly leafy greens on both add texture to the room and give it that classical feel but are simple and clean since they remain unadorned.

We can both see ourselves huddled around this fireplace with hot cocoa on a cold winters night!

Happy Holidays!

Rebecca June & Paula Jean

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