By Lindsay Silberman

Published on March 15, 2017

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Photography by JESSICA SAMPLE

Photography by Jessica Sample | Text by Lindsay Silberman | Styling by Rachel Craven

When dreaming up spaces for clients, Grace Home Furnishings founders Michael Ostrow and Roger Stoker abide by a simple mantra: Life is too short to live in black and white. “We love using strong colors, prints, and textures,” says Stoker, who cites ’70s-era fashion icon Halston as the inspiration behind the emerald-hued living area shown here. Their starting point was a rich green pulled from a vintage silk scarf, which was later transformed into a graphic pillow cover. The lush palette evolved from there. Ostrow and Stoker, who launched the firm and showroom in 2000, suggest selecting larger investment pieces in neutrals, and incorporating color and pattern with pillows, throws, rugs, and other budget-friendly accessories. “That way you can easily change things up and experiment,” says Ostrow. Finding your color through-line—a shade you continually gravitate to—helps unify a space, whether a room or an entire home. 

Patchwork Quadratus Mono Rug by Creative Touch 

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 Midtown Cocktail Table by Modern History 

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 Sydney Mod Steps Barrel Chair by Selamat 

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 Grace Home Collection Amanda Cabinet, Grace Home Furnishings 

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 Hancock Aged Brass & Crystal Table Lamp by Port 68

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 Wallcovering in Glazed Abaca/Emerald by Phillip Jeffries 

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 Grace Home Collection Liza Sofa Grace Home Furnishings 

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 Les Touches Pillows by Ryan Studio 

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 Hexagonal Marble Table by Tozai 

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Green goes luxe in this ‘70s-chic space. 

Barcelona Floor Lamp by Jonathan Adler 

Grace Home Collection Vintage Scarf Pillow 

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Stonegate/Seafoam Fabric Lee Industries 

#32753 Fabric in Green, Duralee

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 Grace Home Collection Tim/Sour Apple and Jack/Emerald Fabric