The Tin Roof
Interior Styling by The Tin Roof,
built by Greenstone Homes
A new look for Greenstone Home Models
Embracing lighter flooring and painted cabinets, we drew inspiration from McGee & Co. wanting to show that yes, a builder model could capture today's styles and trends. We used oversized lighting, black accents throughout, and the classic McGee color palette—primarily neutrals with various shades of blues.
The living room features an open concept perfect for entertaining. We used an oversized bench instead of an additional sofa or pair of chairs to keep the space open and accessible. The nested cocktail tables are not only on-trend but super functional and fill the space between the anchor prices nicely.
We used our favorite rug, the Theia, which has a beautiful color story that’s easy to pull around the room.
Designer Tip: Start with the rug. It’s so much easier to pull colors into your furniture and decor from the rug, rather than try to find a rug that coordinates with the furniture.
The dining room takes advantage of the open concept and features a beautiful 60-in round marble table with tulip base. This space could take an extension table easily, but for our model we went with form over function.
We used several display pieces including the Millie Sideboard, which not only provide great storage, but also allow you to show off collections.
Walls are painted a calming, soft blue. This color was pulled from the rug in the living room. We used drovers to soften the walls and hung them tall and wide to enlarge the windows.
Upstairs Loft/Game Room
The upstairs loft was designed as a game room. We painted the room a dark moody blue (similar to 0514 Thunderstorm) and used two of our best selling sofa—the Arroyo from Bide & Burgeon—paired with the Franky Chair. To achieve a budget-friendly look, we created our own wall art using downloaded artwork and frames bought from Michael’s.
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