1929 Tudor Gets Bright & ColorfulTraditional Living Room, St Louis

Emily Minton Redfield

Living room - large traditional enclosed dark wood floor living room idea in St Louis with blue walls, a standard fireplace, a stone fireplace and a wall-mounted tv —  Houzz
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kkacir wrote:Feb 7, 2017
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    Laura Lee Home

    Thank you! The chandeliers are from Crystorama. Good luck

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    the wall lights? who are those from?


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    Melissa Hunt-Loy wrote:Apr 11, 2017

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      Bryan Anthony added this to The 10 Most Popular Living Room Photos of 2017Dec 5, 2017

      6. Stained Glass and SectionalOn both sides of this fireplace, two original stained-glass windows had been covered up from the interior during a time when they were out of vogue. The remodel revealed them. Although a large sectional sofa isn’t the most common choice for a formal living room, it was the right one for this family. “I’m a big believer in making a home work for the way people live,” designer Laura Lee says. “We wanted a place where all five of us could sit and watch TV together, and with all the other seating in the room, we can seat 10 to 12 people comfortably in here.”

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      Mitchell Parker added this to Trending Now: 10 Great Living Room Color Combos to TryMar 28, 2017

      2. Blue Walls + White Trim + Gold AccentsTo add a bit of playful character to a traditional-style room, consider painting your walls light blue with white trim, then bring in plenty of gold accents by way of fixtures and accessories, like a mirror. Mix in some wood pieces and a few additional blue accessories, and you’ll have a solid foundation for a laid-back yet fully decorated space.

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      Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Beautiful 1929 Tudor-Style House Made Whole AgainJan 11, 2017

      The second restored opening into the room is on the left near the fireplace. Laura loves to mix metals, but warm brass and gold finishes dominate in this room. Wiring for ceiling lights was part of the renovation. “They are so pretty — they are made up of little brass leaves, and they just glow overhead without being glaring,” she says. The golden tones in the hand-knotted soumak rug pick up on the metal finishes. On both sides of the fireplace, two original stained-glass windows had been covered up from the interior during a time when they were out of vogue. The remodel revealed them. Although a large sectional sofa is not a common choice for a formal living room, it was the right one for the Lees. “I’m a big believer in making a home work for the way people live,” Laura says. “We wanted a place where all five of us could sit and watch TV together, and with all the other seating in the room, we can seat 10 to 12 people comfortably in here.” Paint: Wedgewood Gray (walls) and Early Morning Mist (ceiling), Benjamin Moore; ceiling lights: Crystorama

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      llanier2 added this to DiningJul 19, 2019

      Glamorous decor, love it if ever want a change! BM Wedgwood gray

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      Sheila Kinsey added this to Living roomApr 29, 2019

      picture frame molding to break up long wall?

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