This F.R.O.G. (Free Room Over the Garage) in Eastern Virginia builder parlance, was an under functioning catch-all for all the extra stuff and in need of some design L.O.V.E! The inspiration began with the existing antler chandelier and a frog green David Hockney-esque area rug we found at Home Emporium, Chesapeake, Va. The contemporary/lodge mix evolved from there into this bright, multi-functional space with lounging and sleeping areas perfect for the homeowners and their sometimes-home college kids.
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The F.R.O.G. – BEFORE!
Sitting/TV viewing area with American Leather deluxe sleeper sofa in charcoal microfiber from Willis Furniture, Virginia Beach, VA.
F.R.O.G. space plan
The F.R.O.G. – After! Multi-function at it’s best.
Antler chandelier – the inspiration for the modern/lodge mix.
The sleeping area at one end with West Elm chairs and accessories in view
David Hockney-esque area rug started the contemporary mix rolling. We loved the fresh color.
Stag lamp from West Elm is just the right whimsical detail.
Pottery Barn Bullock table adds character and is huge on effortless function.
Sleeping area with just a touch of orange.
NIght stand from West Elm
The client’s leather chair moved in from another room is perfect in the relaxed mix