We are so into textured, rough-hewn, natural-colored stone walls right now. The longer and more horizontal the stone block, the better. Once very popular in the 1960s and 1970s, they’re highly coveted by Mid-Century Modern affcienados but we have to say, they also kind of rock it in really modern, contemporary homes, too.
Take the Holley House by Hanrahan Meyers Architects, for instance. There are a ton of awesome photos of the exterior, but don’t let yourself get too distracted. This top photo is what won us over at first and after a little reflection you can clearly see why. Loving the stone wall that is a focal point for the entire space and comes in a creamy neutral. Loving that gold on gold tone happening with that rich yellow rug and that modern yellow couch. Loving that equally creamy, masculine and sleek, terra cotta colored leather bench. This is like the perfect modern fall color palette, is it not?
It totally is. Or so we think. Weigh in with what you think!