La Lune Style: Rustic, Traditional, Eclectic, Transitional?

A Maier

Living Room by Andrew Maier, Locust Valley, NY – La Lune Collection Club Chair #1175

Imagine we’re designing a living room around a La Lune Collection club chair – how would we describe the style of this room?  One would be tempted to identify it as “rustic”,  but truthfully, doing so would limit the realm of design possibilities. 

Interior designers across the country have brilliantly implemented La Lune Collection furniture in installations that span the design spectrum – rustic, traditional, eclectic, transitional, and yes, even contemporary.

La Lune Collection favorite, interior designer Andrew Maier in Locust Valley, NY, demonstrates the flexibility of utilizing La Lune Collection furniture in his beautiful installations, which represent the perfect marriage of classic interior design styling with a touch of rustic sensibility.

The living room pictured here – which demonstrates the design versatility of both Andrew Maier and La Lune Collection – is a showcase of symmetry. Note the clean lines of the traditional sofa, the slightly funky brass-tacked coffee table, and the Asian-influenced bamboo mirror, all three solidly anchoring the center of the room. Branching off from this center in symmetrical layers are patterned pillows, traditional lamp-shaded wall sconces, impressive celadon vases overflowing with bloomed branches, and finally (and dramatically) a pair of La Lune Collection Club Chairs #1175 in Antique White to frame the entire design “picture”.  Kudos, Andrew!