Example of a 1950s living room design in New York with a music area and white walls

A mix of old and new to create a comfortable living area

Midcentury Living Room, New York | Photo by Kristen Rivoli Interior Design

Renovation of a condo in the renowned Museum Tower bldg for a second generation owner looking to update the space for their young family. They desired a look that was comfortable, creating multi functioning spaces for all family members to enjoy, combining the iconic style of mid century modern designs and family heirlooms.
Example of a 1950s living room design in New York with a music area and white walls - Houzz

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mom2james wrote:April 4, 2012
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    Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
    7 years ago
    the room divider is found at 2Modern, great web site for modern furniture.
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    TVCoverUps
    7 years ago
    You may want to also consider TVCoverUps. Framed artwork or panel provides the focal point of the room, until it swings upward to reveal the hidden TV. It comes in automatic and manual lifts and also allows for TV tilting hardware. It can be built to accommodate AV equipment, speakers, wires, Blu-Ray and other consoles. Each unit is built custom to the viewer and the space.
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Becky Harris added this to 12 Ways With Room DividersDecember 21, 2011

A portable room screen like this one can be moved around to different areas. Also, its unique construction lets it...

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