Traditional and Cozy

. March 2, 2016.
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by Pat Nowak

Vicki Sherman & Dr. David Waggoner

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Many couples favor a traditional home— cozy, but light and airy. Vicki Sherman and Dr. David Waggoner – both retired from Monroe Community College – she as an administrator and he as a Professor of Chemistry, designed their home with an eclectic style and a comfortable vibe with the help of Carolyn Byersmith from Decorating Den who assisted with the kitchen and great room.

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Color plays an important part in the home’s ambiance. Using a base of cultured stone and neutral walls, they added splash with salmon on the kitchen walls and bold geometric blue furniture. The window coverings are made from a paisley pattern, creating drama. Unique pendant lighting and wall accessories finish the design to produce an inviting atmosphere for both everyday living and entertaining.

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