The living room is Wolter's favorite, because it's slightly out of the norm. The client's daughters love to come in here and read, so she wanted to create a space that would reflect that kind of cozy atmosphere. Instead of using a standard sofa-armchair configuration, she used two plush velvet chaise lounges.
The wall between the dining room and the living room was knocked out to help with flow and light. "The space is casual enough to curl up with a book or handle the overflow from a party," Wolter says. The sconces are from Village Firefly Antiques in Birmingham, and the white ottoman is from Richard Tubb Interiors. The chandelier in the dining room is from the The Briarcliff Shop in Alabama.