Another view of the living room highlights the versatility of the furniture choices. The Troscan Weekend Bench in the foreground has a wood table that slides and can be positioned anywhere along the bench, or placed elsewhere in the room. The stools from Chista and coffee tables from Bradley Hughes can also be easily moved to accommodate guests."We kept the colors pretty neutral — beiges and browns — and made sure that the furniture would be comfortable for a family that includes three children and a dog," says Riker. The Donghia sofa sits on a rug from Tufenkian. The floors throughout the house are walnut.
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Our goal with the interiors was to be quiet and neutral, which we accomplished with a lot of earth tones." But as these beautiful photographs illustrate, quiet and neutral does not translate into boring and impersonal.
windows and fireplace. don't do the impractical furniture. good because it has the showpiece fireplace and large windows. would do the windows in a more contemporary style Like the warmth of the space.