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Style Court is In Order with These Chic Accessories

Inspiration is everywhere, and when making a room look picture perfect, local designers know where to turn for a burst of creativity, even if it comes from unexpected places.

By Sharon Taylor

Mar 2018

Photos by Brandon Alms, courtesy Obelisk HomeThe Inspiration: The stunning neoclassical Greene County Courthouse building is the perfect inspiration for a room brimming with civic pride.
Photos by Brandon Alms, courtesy Obelisk HomeGraphic Swirls: All the power and class of marble, without the need for a big reno project. Never off-trend, this wallpaper puts you on public record for officially being GCC (Greene County chic). Candice Olson Modern patina marbleized wallpaper, $42 per single roll at James Décor
Photos by Brandon Alms, courtesy Obelisk HomeGin and Tonic style: Channeling all “order and clarity,” with a twist of vintage gin and tonic style. That’s all you need after paying your property taxes, right? Interlude Home Rian marble side table, $750 at Obelisk Home
Photos by Brandon Alms, courtesy Obelisk HomeForm and style: The repetition of form and symmetry in this black and white checkerboard is spot on—an age-old classic for designers and artists. This piece will never go out of style. Vintage marble checkerboard and pieces, $79 at Consign & Design
Photos by Brandon Alms, courtesy Obelisk HomeInspired by statuary: Who doesn’t love a good neoclassical statuary bust? This piece has all the beautiful lines of romantic architecture and statuary. Woman of Strength charcoal art by Corey Donnell, $298 at Lindberg’s Tavern
Photos by Brandon Alms, courtesy Obelisk HomeLiving Metal: This is a big trend of 2018. Much like the courthouse’s antique brass handrails with their aged patina, this coil has major style and impact. Try it sitting on a marble tray or side table. Noir coiled brass accessory, $175 at Obelisk Home
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To get a dose of chic civic pride, just field trip yourself on over to the Greene County Courthouse. Built in 1910, it’s an outstanding example of 20th century neoclassical architecture. Slabs upon gorgeous slabs of marble walls and floors are worn to perfection. This stone is universally paradigmatic of the idea of reliability, endurance, stability and toughness. And you can get the look in your own home, too. 

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