The tuxedo sofas’ lustrous silver Manuel Canovas silk velvet upholstery sets the tone of modern glamour. When she was a teenager, the homeowner’s daughter loved to do her homework here, even though it’s actually the home’s formal living room, said Catherine Skaletsky and Danielle McClure of Wellesley-based Catherine & McClure Interiors, which decorated the entire Weston Colonial.
Schumacher’s Margaux linen embroidery damask drapes frame the fireplace, which is the focal point of the room. The tone-on-tone pattern hits just the right note of traditional, the designers said.
Beveled acrylic side tables from Donghia offer an interesting silhouette without distraction. Despite their small size, the blown-glass Porta Romana Dumpling lamps provide impactful jewel-like color pops.
The room’s bright spot is a color field abstract by Dusty Griffith from Pryor Fine Art in Atlanta that incorporates multiple layers of wax, plexiglass, and tracing paper.
Marni Elyse Katz blogs about design at StyleCarrot.com. Send comments to Address@globe.com. Subscribe to our free real estate newsletter — our weekly digest on buying, selling, and design — at pages.email.bostonglobe.com/AddressSignUp.