Metheny Weir | Using Silver to Compliment Gray
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Using Silver to Compliment Gray

Using Silver to Compliment Gray

This beautiful room was the result of a really nice collaboration between Metheny Weir and the homeowner.  It all started with a call from our client who wanted some “shimmer” on her new bedroom ceiling.

Master bedroom showing medallion and ceiling done with silver metallic strie'Done. We started with a subtly textured metallic silver ceiling.

Close up of ceiling medallion done with a silver metallicThen we finished a richly glazed ceiling medallion supporting a new light fixture that the homeowner found in New Orleans. The fixture picks up the warm tones in the head board.

A close up of the ceiling treatment along with the glazed molding.

Hallway to the master bedroom flanked by beautifully finished pocket doorsThis is the hallway leading to the master bedroom.  It is flanked by mirrored pocket doors that are painted in a dark slate with a silver glaze.  The door on the left leads to a beautiful master bath designed by the client.Close up of pocket doors that flank the hallway leading into the master bedroomA close up of the pocket door with a reflection of the master bath. The mix of warm and cool tones, natural stone, glass, and antiques are perfect for the space.Master bedroom fireplace textured and glazedLastly, the fireplace was created by using a manufactured fireplace surround that  was given more height and a raised hearth.  We applied a simple glazed sandstone finish.

The bedroom is an elegant space but very cozy and livable – designed for the way people live today. The natural fabrics and materials along with the  warm and cool tones pull together a casually chic look.
The ceiling design was from a collection taught to Metheny Weir by Sheri Zeman Designs from Chicago area.
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