Designer Erin Condron transformed the formal living space in her client’s new property into a den.Sarah M. Winchester

Erin Condron transformed the official residing space in her client’s new Winchester property into a den. Her initial shift? To increase doors for privacy. Just one companion “needed a dedicated property workplace to do the job and take phone calls, but he also required it to be a area exactly where he could cling out with buddies and watch sporting activities,” the designer states. Condron placed a handsome Chesterfield couch across from the desk and designed constructed-ins with a bar that highlights his whiskey selection. “I want persons to open up it and say, ‘Oh, that is so neat!’” she says.

1 The Scout Layout Studio desk introduces heat, golden hues and mimics the physical appearance of the bar’s mirrored tiles. “I love the movement and the unique tones it delivers in,” Condron suggests.

2 The Pottery Barn tufted-leather chair swivels, producing it perfect for use with the pc keep track of guiding it. “It’s meant to be multifunctional,” Condron says. “He can use a notebook at the desk, then turn to encounter a 2nd display.”

3 A hardly-there body with a big mat showcases artwork by Jim Dine, with nominal distraction. The television (to the left) disappears towards the painted millwork.

4 Condron chose to paint the place Benjamin Moore Polo Blue, a close to-black shade of navy, then added a woven wallcovering on the coffered ceiling for softness. “I went all in, from ceiling to foundation, to make a finish moody assertion,” she states.

5 Handcrafted mirrored-glass tiles from Ann Sacks with a silvery-blue mottled effect line the back of the bar. “We designed it with retractable doors that can be remaining open when he entertains,” states Condron, who tucked fridge and freezer drawers beneath it.

6 Footstools in herringbone tweed and a pinstripe rug with cognac leather trim deliver textural menswear moments.


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