One of the most stunning, existing structures in the room was the reclaimed, wooden ceiling. I knew the moment I saw the ceiling, it was better to leave it as is and include it in the design. The beauty of the wood added an additional layer and made such a statement! This natural element also complemented the custom benches that were custom made and flanked the focal fireplace.
Nature was very prevalent in the design concept. Large-scale moss panels, created by MossBossNYC, brought in a natural element to contrast the Venetian plaster fireplace. These were placed opposite the fireplace and created a secondary focal wall.
The addition of greenery really softened the room and made it cozier and inviting for a meditation session. Pastel colors in the artwork, which were loaned by Kenise Barnes, provided a soft touch of color and added dimension to the meditation room.
Textured, cream wallpaper by Elitis, metallic drapery panels by The Shade Store, and wall-to-wall, neutral carpeting by Sacco Carpet, finished off the room design.
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