One Nook, Two Budgets: Designing High and Low

One Nook, Two Budgets: Designing High and Low

Photos by Keller + Keller, via Boston Home

Boston Home magazine took a basic brownstone reading nook and asked designer Eric Roseff to decorate it using two different budgets. This high-end nook cost $22,671. Follow the jump to see the more affordable interpretation...

Among other things, Roseff exchanged the Flos Spun light ($2,175, Montage) for Ikea's Kulla floor lamp ($90), the Jeff Miller Flipt lounge chair ($4,290, M2L) for a retro Milo Baughman recliner ($850, Reside), and used several pieces of smaller, more affordable artwork rather than one large painting to bring the cost of this nook down to only $4555.

Check out Boston Home's full article for the detailed list of all items used in both nooks, including where you can buy them.

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