305 Greensboro is a 1910 Queen Anne house situated in Starkville, MS. The spaces were expansive and inspiring. With a combination of custom, re-customized and selected furniture, this house acted as a laboratory for Roommaking and the power of furniture for social mapping. The palette for the house had a base of bright white throughout, China White being the wall color, and that enabled the owners' taste toward saturated and expressive shapes and colors to weight the rooms. The palette was intentionally not “matched” but balanced and particular attention was paid to the proximity of bold colors in the room in irder to compose the entire space. Throughout the house the floor was wide plank oak and artisian painted floor matts were placed as room indicators in particular social areas.
Photos by Caleb Crawford