Living Room Inside Eclectic Philadelphia Row House

The exposed beams called for a "rustic" feel that was relaxed and fun. The designers added the sisal rug and neutral tones in the furniture. The color was brought in through the artwork and bookshelf. Overall the mix of midcentury furniture, minimal dining table, lighting and great artwork makes the room fresh but a relaxed space to gather with friends and family. The reason for the large, painted stripe behind the clients' white-framed painting was so it "popped" off the white wall. Before that was done, the painting got lost and did not have the contrast it needed.

Library Niche With Midcentury Modern Bar

White walls and bold, dark gray trim makes this library niche pop! The hardwood floors, cowhide rug and 1970's bench play off each other in an eclectic harmony. Bold artwork, a potted olive tree and the midcentury bar make this niche the perfect vignette.

Living Room With Exposed Beams & Midcentury Furniture

The living room inside this 1840's row home features large ceilings with wooden beams and hardwood flooring. Midcentury modern furniture and bold artwork were added to create an eclectic, but timeless design.

Living Room With Midcentury Modern Influence

Rustic wood beams and flooring paired with midcentury modern furnishings creates a beautiful, cohesive design for this living room.

Dining Room With Beautiful Hardwood Flooring & Modern Flair

This large window is original to the 1840's home. The designers accented it with a dark blue/gray trim and added a modern ivory table and natural steel and wood chairs.

About Phoebe Schuh

PS & Daughters base their firm’s success on the importance of listening and designing for the homeowner’s daily taste and lifestyle. READ MORE