Save The Date! Friday through Sunday
April 20-22, 27-29 and May 4-6.
Sponsored by the Village Improvement Association, A 1920s vintage Rehoboth Beach house (10 Fourth Street) will be transformed into an updated and smart home for the modern family through the expertise of local and regional interior and landscape designers from Rehoboth, Baltimore, Washington DC, and New York. Josephine Keir and Taylor Wells are working on the Media/Game Room on the second floor.
Media/Game Room: Josephine Keir Ltd. At Home and Taylor Wells Design
The media room lends itself to multiple functions: watching tv and board or card games taking place within the same area. A large, comfortable seating area allows for viewing or conversation with friends in an area far away from the rest of the activities in the house.
Inspiration: The inspiration came from the blue skies, sea grass on the dunes, and the bleached boardwalks of Rehoboth. We achieved this with a light “sky blue “ ceiling, woven grass cloth walls and bleached pine floors. The rich colors of a hand woven Oriental rug, comfortable furnishings and beach/nautical inspired accessories complete the room.
Don’t Miss: The sound proofing of the media room was achieved by the sound absorbent grass cloth walls, the wool Oriental rug, draperies and cotton fabric on the upholstered furniture. The lighting/media is controlled by a master system customized for this space. A power shade will block out the sunlight while watching movies and television or playing video games.
Ferhrenbach Floors, Lewes, DE
Media: OVERTURE Ultimate Home Electronics, Lewes,DE
Benjamin Moore Paint
GP and J. Baker Drapery Fabric
Furnishings and lighting: Lee Industries; Bungalow 5; Currey &Co; Niermann Weeks: Salvations: Hickory Chair