Elsie Street contemporary-living-room
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Elsie Street

Rien van Rijthoven
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Example of a trendy living room design in San Francisco with white walls — Houzz

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newhouseforus wrote:
Love the dining chairs. Where are they from?
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kleenic
Did anyone answer where the table and chairs are from? beautiful!
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Vinyasa Stones wrote:
Hi! Do you know the paint - I love it...wish I lived here...please, do you know the paint colour? Thank you
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meghnabhardwaj wrote:
Love the table runner. Where can I find one?
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lkomai wrote:
who manufactured the walnut table?
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Jo wrote:
Where can the runner be purchased?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Shawn Gauthier added this to 14 Ways to Maximize a Skinny Space
Create separate seating areas. Instead of finding long, narrow living areas awkward, think of it as the ultimate entertaining space. Work in couches, ottomans, and a dining table to let guests wander and chat in different areas of the room.
Shawn Gauthier added this to Mini Guide to Minimalism
This living space could have easily employed a large coffee table to serve both couches. However, two smaller choices help to define the two seating areas while also providing a center walkway through the room.
Laura Gaskill added this to Easy Green: Country vs. City for Ecofriendly Lifestyles
Embrace a lack of space. Living in a tiny city flat makes it easier to buy less stuff. So the next time you find yourself bemoaning the lack of a decent kitchen or full-size closet, you can at least be reassured that you are doing your part to conserve resources. After all, small spaces not only take less stuff to fill, but they also require less energy to heat and cool, and use less water than larger homes.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Lisa Culper added this to 12 Foot Or Cottage
Utilize mirrors and glass doors in the bathroom. Cover as much of the wall above the vanity with a mirror as possible, and don’t stop there: continue it around the room to make it feel even larger. Install a glass door for the shower vs. a curtain so the room continues to visually extend
Rebecca Moyer added this to New House
How to break up the long living room space and make it a dining room too
ono_otaku1 added this to Decorating Ideas
Like the uncluttered look, white walls, nice pops of color
elizabethdmoyer added this to Becca House
I like this idea for how to make the long space a living room and dining room!
miriam added this to Living
Love use of color, natural light and contemporary feel of space
Lindi Kohn added this to lindiv66's ideas
Long way dining to make more walkway

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