Michael Taylor Interiors
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Michael Taylor Interiors commented on a discussion: Cabinets
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Thank you....It's Tarver Cherry in Amber Suede w/Brown Sugar Glaze and the boxes are actually just made of plywood. This was done for this specific vignette I designed for my local PROSOURCE here in Memphis, TN....if you have a prosource locallyl..look them up!!

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Michael Taylor Interiors commented on a discussion: What color area rug works in this room?
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Aida H.
I am not a professional designer but many people who have come to my home say I have a good design esthetic. My penny's worth:
Your furniture choices are quite eclectic; try unifying some features to help the pieces be more complimentary. For example, all the frames could be in a brushed-chrome and/or black with white mats, on both walls. The coffee table could be dry-brushed in a chestnut or black gel stain to coordinate with the darker wood furnishings. If this is a formal living room, banish the TV from this room in its entirety, place it in a family room if you have one. If not, I would focus on getting a cabinet/credenza that is in scale with the TV and would support it better; this table is an accident waiting to happen, especially if you have young ones. With a better piece of furniture for the TV, you may be able to rearrange the seating to be more conducive to viewing. Also, I would get a rug that has a print of gray, cream/white and red colors. Not too busy but that would compliment the accent chairs you already have. Again, not a designer; just a frugal home decorator.

If this is a formal living room, banish the TV from this room in its entirety, place it in a family room if you have one. If not, I would focus on getting a cabinet/credenza that would balance out the area where you have the television (table is an accident waiting to happen, especially if you have young ones.) With a better piece of furniture for the TV, you may be able to rearrange the seating to be more conducive to viewing. Also, I would get a rug that has a print of gray, cream/white and red colors. Not too busy but that would compliment the accent chairs you already have.
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Janie Burton
I would just paint the walls a soft gray and everything else in the room would look fine. You could change your rug to patterned one in a small Ikat design, for example, in grey tones. But I think the simple paint color change is the key!
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