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Elizabeth Gordon
Hollywood Residence
Ideabooks34,246
Questions29
Where did you get the zebra rug? Need one for my piano room.
it meets the vertical wall -- thereby adding to the feeling of height in a room when you don't have really high ceilings to begin with. Lovely!
The living room is roughly 17' x 24' in size with two 5' entrances into the space.
Love the room. In process of redo in my living room. Could
Could you please advise on the dimensions of this room?
No question, just this is one of my favorite rooms ever. It is ridiculously elegant and interesting
pair to add symmetry. These ornate room screens add glitz and Hollywood Regency style to this formal living room. Flanking the fireplace with them also
Why does this room interior works?...The room screens on each side of
“ceiling” — kimrummelt
Lori Gentile Interior Design
7 Reviews
Hollywood Glamour
Ideabooks9,585
Questions8
2. Living room. When integrating an office into the living room, make sure the space has a welcoming, sophisticated air, just as you'd expect from any
ed living room. That way guests won't feel like they're encroaching on your private workspace — or worse, sitting in an untidy office. In this room the
Glamour. Sleek lines and exotic materials give this living room a glamorous look that sets it apart. The floor-to-ceiling bookcase has
do you know the size of this room?
“wall of shelves behind sofa” — myrtlegirl
Wendi Young Design
Wendi Young Design
Ideabooks4,252
Questions9
Great room! Would you please share the wall/trim paint color. Thanks. Sharon mer
created a custom paint and gesso mixture to apply to the wood paneling in this room.
the room is with the white walls with big windows and adding those semi dark wood tables just gives a room that little bit of coziness every room needs
Tailor the room to your real life. Older homes especially are apt to have a "formal" living room in addition to the more laid-back den or TV room, and guess
and friends into the living room by introducing a more relaxed vibe. Here are a few ways to do just that.• The tendency in formal rooms is to place furniture
for a more intimate feel.• If you enjoy taking tea and snacks into the living room, or you like to play cards, why not use a taller table? You can find some
Table style for dining room table.
“french doors smaller wood frames” — clearyfamily
Anthony Baratta LLC
Hamptons Modern
Ideabooks4,727
Questions7
Can it work in a room? No doubt. A mix of curves, triangles and squares enlivens this living room, with light neutrals
applied directly to the artwork above the sofa in this midcentury mod living room.
Embrace numerous anglesBold shapes take centre stage in this living room. Neon wall art, featuring a 1970s-style geometric pattern, partners perfectly
real air of modernism, so why not bring its design credentials to your living room? An eye-catching patterned rug in a handful of tones is ideal, and you
“Playful shape s” — sabinapdmd
Horton & Co. Designers
1 Review
Darlinghurst Terrace
Ideabooks4,596
Questions7
Love what you have done with this room! Can you say where you got the rolling library ladder kit from?
In the living roomThe living room is where you can really go to town with your spring-cleaning.
scheme or just make a few decor tweaks.For example, you may find that your living room feels a little stale. What would it take to give it a fresh new look?
10. Keep it neutralThe floor-to-ceiling bookcases convert this living room into a cosy library space. The book spines and artwork introduce a riot
the room that is one of tranquility, but provided us a glimpse of the personality of the homeowners. There is no doubt that this is a reading room, where
“Chimenea” — acheckcashing
NF interiors
12 Reviews
wine cellar
Ideabooks10,978
Questions5
Shows a rack style case in the living room. (This one is temperature controlled). I want to have a combo wine ra
heavy and another big textural element. the room seems too small to handle it
a formal living room up front and a family room in back. They never formally entertain, but they feel compelled to have a formal living room that sits
formal living room at the front and a family room out the back. They never formally entertain, but they feel compelled to have a formal living room that
3. Make use of the space you have. You don’t need an entire room for your wine cellar. If you’re tight on basement space, consider repurposing a closet
it into something else? You are avid wine collectors; make it a tasting room. You run a home business; make it an office. Make your home what you want
“Wine Cellar” — Madeleine
Marco Antunio
Fabio Galeazzo Brazil
Ideabooks65,122
Questions13
swinging chairs like this could be cool for a kids room
I wanna build this reading room for my Sandy!
Circles and curves abound in the living room, with the suspended nest chair's circular base, a round jute rug, the Chifruda chair's parabolic headrest
indoors throughout the shack, and nowhere is that more apparent than in the living room; the orbital bookshelf window beckons light into the interior and visually
interior designer and architect Fabio Galeazzo throws more curves into a living room already filled with arches and circles with his inclusion of a Chifruda
(it even comes with a pillowy mattress and cushions!), which makes this living room one of the ultimate hangout zones on Houzz (the fun colour palette, e
Reading or office or living room shel
“Circular bookshelf” — alexismekhi
House of Locations
My Home
Ideabooks1,387
Questions3
dimensions and where it's from? I'm trying to see how big to make our dining room to accommodate one this size.
skylight, as well as the complete openness to the dining room and beyond that, the living room with large windows. Imagine it with only a narrow doorway
skylight, as well as the complete openness to the dining room and beyond that, the living room with large windows. Imagine it with only a narrow doorway
the kitchen and the living room, which opened things up tremendously. We also raised the large archway that led into the dining room.On another wall in
“Tin tiles to ceiling” — faybentley
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