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Example of a trendy dark wood floor and brown floor living room design in Other with white walls and a standard fireplace

2011 HHL FireplaceContemporary Living Room

Example of a trendy dark wood floor and brown floor living room design in Other with white walls and a standard fireplace —  Houzz
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ardstyle wrote:Dec 7, 2014
  • jbuchanan_jb104

    splendid! the mix of black and blues is awesome

  • jbuchanan_jb104

    how can i find a couch like that

jennlc6 wrote:Dec 28, 2013
lcdenley wrote:Apr 27, 2011
  • arcmusic
    Would you happen to know the dimensions of the room?
  • bpeasley

    where is the wall art from?

julies71 wrote:May 14, 2012
  • 1435town
    The lamps look like the Remsen Lamp from Dwell Studio.
  • sheetalmm
    Looking great.. It may enhance the room look if just light shaded cushions gets added up.. Got confused with home improvement? Just have a look into the following .. http://www.curtainsandcurtains.com/blog/
ruthiealqallaf wrote:Nov 6, 2011
  • Becky Harris
    Not sure on the chairs, but the designer, Atmosphere Interior Design, custom designed the sofa.
tobyadler wrote:Aug 8, 2011
  • glane10
    Who is the manufacturer of the coffee and end tables?
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    Le Studio M
    same would love to know
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                        beckydietrich
                        Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Every Room Needs a Little Bit of BlackMar 21, 2014

                        … or mated with royal-blue upholstery.

                        killyscheer
                        Scheer & Co. Interior Design added this to Fashion Week Heads HomeFeb 12, 2012

                        Blue and black. An often overlooked but absolutely valid combination, blue and black makes people stop and think. Prabal Gurung employes it to great effect in this fall look, and I think it translates beautifully for the home. If you've already got the groundwork in place (a blue rug, sofa or curtains) introduce black accessories or chairs and tables with black frames.Have you pulled a look from the runway into your home design? Tell us how you made it work in the Comments section.More Fashion-Forward Tips:Gianni Versace StyleCoco Chanel StyleRalph Lauren Style

                        porterdesigns
                        Kelly Porter added this to 8 Colors to Use With BlackFeb 10, 2012

                        Navy and black. Pairing black with a vibrant, dark blue will give your space a luxurious feeling. Here, gray accents give this space even more swankiness.

                        becky
                        Becky Harris added this to Dream Spaces: 5 Seriously Glamorous HomesJan 11, 2012

                        The main living room's high ceilings are emphasized by long window treatments, subtle trimwork and the large painting that extends high above the mantle. Toile on the contemporary chairs is a nod to traditional style, while the zebra rug and perfectly clipped topiaries add some pop pizazz.

                        shawngauthier
                        Shawn Gauthier added this to Daylight Saving Time: Gain an Hour — and a Bright InteriorNov 6, 2011

                        While many shudder with the thought of totally white walls, they can actually work to your benefit when trying to keep a space bright. Keep your room from appearing too monotone by accenting the white walls with pieces that pop, like this gorgeous navy couch.

                        erikaward
                        Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to Houzz Tour: Traditional with Contemporary ShineMar 4, 2011

                        EW: Many tend to love the idea of a two-story great room, but are intimidated by the ceiling height. Can you give us a few words of advice when tackling tall rooms? CE: 1. Unless you have a great art collection, use painted moldings throughout to add depth to walls. 2. Dress tall windows in full height drapery panels. 3. Create a welcoming seating area to encourage conversation.

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