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Holly Marder
The home of Romy and Ilya
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Pastels don't have to be traditional! They can be beautifully modern like in this stunning living room.
1. Balance pastels with plenty of white space. White walls and floors create a serene envelope for a room filled with pops of pastels. The living space shown here manages to feel calm — even though a range of hues is used — thanks to the light wooden furniture and white paint.
Balance pastels with plenty of white space. White walls and floors create a serene envelope for a room filled with pops of pastels. The living space shown here manages to feel calm — even though a range of hues is used — thanks to the light wooden furniture and white paint.
cream paint on the walls. Dusty pink, soft yellow and mint green are some of Boesveldt's favorite colors. She combined all three in the light and airy living room to create a soft and dreamy atmosphere. The couch is the very first sample of the couple's Bench sofa design. It's complemented by a handmade
“light and airy, dont like furniture/overly modern look” — laurenallen36
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Adrienne DeRosa Photography © 2013 Houzz
Ideabooks2,594
Questions9
kitchen from the living area, a decision that expanded possibilities in terms of how to best layout the space. At merely five-feet tall, the partition maintains the open-air feeling of the space, yet is ample enough to accommodate the entertainment center. In order to unify the Living and Dining areas
comfortable under foot, but also an improvement in terms of sound dampening. "I layered an indigo blue Pakistani Gabbeh over the seagrass to define the living room," the designer explains. The layering of various textures and materials adds to the room's understated depth. Rug: Pakistani Gabbeh, Weisshouse;
Love the way space is divided. I could live here!
My living room layout is just like this so I have an idea of what I can do to my furniture
“Layout & table lamp” — cc666
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Home office
Ideabooks20,223
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LOVE this eclectic, layered living room full of funky pieces which all go together.
Borgnes GiramontiSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Style Secret: Layered Textures Texture gives an eclectic space its depth. Nearly every surface in this living room brings something different to the party: the nubbly Oriental rug over coarse sisal; the rich wood of the floors and trim; the thick, lush upholstery
Style Secret: Layered TexturesTexture gives an eclectic space its depth. Nearly every surface in this living room brings something different to the party: the nubbly Oriental rug over coarse sisal; the rich wood of the floors and trim; the thick, lush upholstery
Get your creative wheels turning.A few more prompts to help get you started:• Are you a rich-color lover at heart but live in a white box? • Which colors make you instantly happier? • How do you respond to bright or bold color?• Do you have any strong color dislikes?Think
“good living room inspiration” — Kristy Mongiello
Becky Harris
Lucas's Loft
Ideabooks1,881
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Wow, Lucas is fast, here's what we found out: "The sofa in the living room was the Goodwin collection, but it has been discontinued: ... I realize this has been no help, but the Henry sofa line on west elm seems to
Blue and green continue into living room.
I love this velvet sofa. two in the living room
reinforces idea to get storage ottoman! end of beds?? one for living room, or clear lucite coffee table to disappear
relaxing living room with bright throw pillows.
“Blue and green continue into living room.” — Leah Catherine
Instinctive Design
5 Reviews
My idea of Southern Contemporary, warm and inviting
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Hello, I live in the States and like this chandelier very much. Can you please tell me the alternatives you had in mind? I was hoping to find something to put in
Ceiling light for living room. I thought I'd take a look to see what the options are because Stephen really wants something in the middle of the ceiling in the living room. The ceiling is not that high, so we would have to keep the fixture shallow
“custom drum shade - dining room” — iipre4cherii
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Sweet Sophistication for a Manhattan Studio
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Creating boundaries for a small living room, bedroom and workspace in an open studio floor plan was Clair’s first design challenge. “One of my major design dilemmas when I first moved in was that the furniture on the TV wall was all in a row — it just looked like three pieces, all lined up awkwardly
Make your house yours. Whether it’s rearranging things in the house or remodeling it, remember that it’s your house and you’re the one who will be living in it. After years of considering your other family members’ needs, now’s the time to make your home yours. “A tidy, organized home had been my fantasy
Creating boundaries for a small living room, bedroom and workspace in an open studio floor plan was Clair’s first design challenge. ‘One of my major design dilemmas when I first moved in
“Office separation with bookshelf” — vaughaners4
sarah & bendrix
living room
Ideabooks17,606
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cleaner look, line up the bottom edge of a loose arrangement with the back of a sofa and keep the spaces between frames to a minimum. In this neutral living room, black frames contrast against a white wall and pick up on the black details of the throw pillows.
It’s a peculiar experience to have sorted through all my possessions, to have gotten down to what I thought I could not live without, only to lose everything and find I was able to live without it all. I would not wish a house fire on a rat and yet, at the end of the day, it’s been strangely freeing. It’s
cleaner look, line up the bottom edge of a loose arrangement with the back of a sofa and keep the spaces between frames to a minimum. In this neutral living room, black frames contrast against a white wall and pick up on the black details of the throw pillows.
“above couch” — beerlady
Louise de Miranda
My Houzz: Revamped Flea Market Finds add personality to a Dutch home
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Until recently, Vetter lived alone with her 7-year-old son, Noah Joe. The arrival of her boyfriend, Bram Floris, had a significant impact on her interior styling and choice of color palette. “It used to be a really feminine home with frills and a lot of romantic vintage accessories,” says Vetter. Once
Until recently, Vetter lived alone with her 7-year-old son, Noah Joe. The arrival of her boyfriend, Bram Floris, had a significant impact on her interior styling and choice of colour
When propped against a wall a ladder is perfect for displaying reading material in the living room, or for holding towels in the bathroom. I use an old ladder I found at the local markets as a way to hold and display my ever-growing collection
“Wall colour with grey and black” — gimo77
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