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Orange & Blue Study

Rough-hewn shelves give the flavour of an original farmhouse.

Bold colour separates the main-floor study from the 2012 Princess Margaret Showhome's overall neutral palette. Pillows in a mix of ikat silks decorate a blue linen sectional from Crate & Barrel.

See more from the showhome in our photo gallery and video tours, plus see more rooms with jewel tones in this photo gallery.

  • Photographer: Michael Graydon 
  • Source: House & Home October 2012 issue
  • Products: Sectional sofa, Crate & Barrel; sectional sofa fabric, Primavera Interior Furnishings (to the trade); sectional reupholstery, The Big Stuff; armchairs, Coccoon Furnishings; coffee table, Hollace Cluny; coffee table books, Indigo and Chapters; floor lamp, Pottery Barn; throw pillow fabrics, Lee Jofa showroom (to the trade); drape fabric, Designer Fabrics; drape hardware, Dynamic Iron; throw pillow sewing, drape sewing, Q Design; wood shelving carpentry, Rettie Restoration; reclaimed wood shelves, Bored Barn; artwork by Annette Kraft van Ermel, In2art Gallery; flatscreen TV, LG; TV mounting bracket, Ron Perruzza, Radiant Audio Design; speakers, Sonos; Town & Country fireplace insert, Hearth Manor Fireplaces & Home Decor and Town & Country; fireplace surround, Ciot; fireplace surround fabrication, York Fabrica; accessories, barn bench, HomeSense; metal doors, Bliss Nor-Am Doors & Windows.
  • Designer: Interior design, LR Design Studio; architectural design, Ray Murakami, principal Murakami Design; construction, PCM Project & Construction Management.

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