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Snuggle up This Winter With These Three Family Room Mood Boards

Keep your loved ones cozy all winter long with inspiration from these family room–ready mood boards, curated by local designers.


Photo by Francine Zaslow / Styling by Erin Riley/Ennis, Inc.

Durable Design

Milton-based interior designer Beth Bourque dreamed up a kid-friendly room complete with iron pulls and hardy leather textiles to withstand everyday wear and tear.

1 Black Edition “Quanta” viscose-polyamide textile, the Romo Group.

2 Thibaut “Montebello Herringbone” cotton-rayon textile, the Martin Group.

3 Kate Spade “Slubbable” polyester-blend textile, Kravet.

4 “Dark Walnut” wood sample, designer’s own.

5 “Chance Zinc” polyester textile, Ethan Allen.

6 Kerry Joyce Textiles “Metro” linen-viscose textile, the Martin Group.

7 + 8 Brass pull and iron pull, both Richelieu Hardware.

9 Christian Lacroix “Cueillette Soft” cotton-viscose textile, Designers Guild.

10 Antiqued mirror sample, RH.

11 Holland & Sherry “Cadence” hair-on-hide leather textile, Studio 534.

12 “Obsidian” finish sample, RH.

13 Paint sample, Masterpiece Woodworks.

14 “Thistle” hair-on-hide leather textile, Studio 534.

15 “Bursting Stone” slate sample, Stone Source.

16 + 17 “Distressed Blue” and “Distressed Gray” wood samples, Ballard Designs.

18 “Oak Drifted” finish sample, RH.

19–21 Iron pull, brass knob, and iron knob, all Richelieu Hardware.

22 Soho Studio “Baroque Crackled” ceramic tile, Tiles by Perfection.

23 “Kerinci” polyurethane textile, Kravet.

24 + 25 Thibaut “Santa Fe” wallcovering and “Malmaison” rayon-polyester textile, both the Martin Group.

Photo by Francine Zaslow / Styling by Erin Riley/Ennis, Inc.

World Tour

Picturing a sophisticated space fit for a well-traveled couple, interior designer Heather Wells pieced together texture-forward materials from around the globe, including an African zebra hide she purchased on a recent safari.

1 Ceramic dish, designer’s own.

2 Walnut sample, Masterpiece Woodworks.

3 Holland & Sherry “Patagonia” wool textile, Studio 534.

4 Antique brass finish sample, designer’s own.

5 Rose Tarlow Melrose House “Tristan” linen textile, Holly Hunt.

6 “Tonga” sisal rug, Merida.

7 “Narragansett Green” paint sample, Benjamin Moore.

8 “St. Malo” cotton textile, Claremont.

9 Brass finish samples, Remains Lighting.

10 “Marigot” viscose-linen textile, Castel.

11 “Collins” cotton-silk textile, Chapas Textiles.

12 “Naoko-50” cotton-linen textile, Kravet.

13 Ironies “Natural” brass finish sample, Studio 534.

14 “Antique brass” wire sample, Kent Design & Manufacturing.

15 Textile, designer’s own.

16 Glass lighting finish sample, Lindsey Adelman Studio.

17 “Aquata” linen-polyester-blend textile, Carolyn Ray.

18 “Onitis” marble slab, Opustone.

19 “Sueded Buffalo Bull” aniline-dyed sueded cowhide, Edelman Leather.

20 “Persueded” leather textile, Holly Hunt.

21 “Avion” semi-aniline leather textile, Garrett Leather.

22 Jennifer Shorto “Storck” linen textile, Claremont.

23 “No. 1018” knob, the Nanz Company.

24 White-oak sample, Masterpiece Woodworks.

25 African zebra hide, designer’s own.

26 George Spencer Designs “Flavio” linen-viscose textile, Claremont.

27 Anne Kirk Textiles “Otto” linen textile, Alt For Living.

28 “Mink” hair-on-hide textile, Kyle Bunting.

Photo by Francine Zaslow / Styling by Erin Riley/Ennis, Inc.

Artisanal Appeal

While warm finishes and ultra-soft textiles create a lived-in feel, a planter from Maine-based Campfire Studio adds a one-of-a-kind twist to interior designer Holly Gagne’s inviting scheme.

1 “Micah” cotton throw sample, Amity Home.

2 Dragonfly figurine, designer’s own.

3 “Bewitching” acrylic-polyester fur textile, Kravet.

4 Holland & Sherry “Cadence” hair-on-hide leather textile, Studio 534.

5 “Paraggi” wallcovering, Osborne & Little.

6 Maya Romanoff “Meditations Ohm” wallcovering, M-Geough.

7 “Traza” solution-dyed acrylic textile, Alt For Living.

8 “Dusk” white-oak sample, ReSawn Timber Co.

9 + 10 “Tonga Tape” linen trim with wood beads and raffia embroidery, and “Bhuttis Sheer” linen-polyester textile, both Schumacher.

11 Stoneware planter, Campfire Studio.

12 “Antler Melody Toggle” iron-and-horn knob, Anthropologie.

13 Black-walnut sample, Andy Tolliver Woodworks.

14 “Beachfront” wood window covering, Graber.

15 Tabarka Studio “Loggia 5” terracotta tile, DiscoverTile.

16 “Tapis” limestone field tile, Ann Sacks.

17 Nobilis “Sherpa” cotton-wool textile, Studio 534.

18 Julie Reilly leather textile, Holly Gagne Interior Design.

19 Holland & Sherry “Mizuya” wallcovering, Studio 534.

20 Haro Teppiche “Africa Durban” wool rug, PRG Rugs.

21 Tarnished-nickel finish sample, Lindsey Adelman Studio.