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Example of a classic living room design

Barclay Butera Living on the CoastTraditional Living Room

photo by Mark Lohman

Example of a classic living room design —  Houzz
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pamala_temple wrote:Mar 27, 2013
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    yelp is such a scam :( it still infuriates me that they get away with giving furniture and design businesses a bad name. they delete EVERY good review and leave up lies and half truths. i promise you, furniture companies would not be in business for over 30 years if their quality and customer service was as bad as yelp would lead you to believe ! i would go with expert advice over yelp ANY DAY ! i'm so glad you are a wise woman to ask the expert ;) xoxo eva
  • bonnieb351
    Where can I find the print fabric on the pillows. What is the name of the fabric?
jaimevane wrote:Nov 24, 2012
  • Rona Notton
    The navy blue one!!!!
  • Becky Harris
    I assume they are Barclay Butera products so start there.

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becky
Becky Harris added this to Book to Know: 'Barclay Butera: Living on the Coast'Jun 8, 2012

Butera avows that when it comes to design, there are no rules, so I asked which widely accepted rule he loves to break the most. "This one’s easy: mixing prints!" he exclaims. "Textiles are the life and blood of any room design, and you will find that even in my books for Kravet fabrics I mix far more than I match. Often I’ll use a carefully selected group of fabrics for pillows and upholstery, then throw in a killer leopard print to add interest. And is there a reason tangerine does not play well with turquoise? Clients love it! And whatever you do, please don’t use matchy-match coffee and end tables — nothing screams bad design louder than that."

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aerobins90
aerobins90 added this to Wish ListJun 27, 2018

blue and white some bamboo, ratan

mjrapczynski1016
Mary Rapczynski added this to Family roomJan 8, 2018

Butera avows that when it comes to design, there are no rules, so I asked which widely accepted rule he loves to break the most. "This one’s easy: mixing prints!" he exclaims. "Textiles are the life and blood of any room design, and you will find that even in my books for Kravet fabrics I mix far more than I match. Often I’ll use a carefully selected group of fabrics for pillows and upholstery, then throw in a killer leopard print to add interest. And is there a reason tangerine does not play well with turquoise? Clients love it! And whatever you do, please don’t use matchy-match coffee and end tables — nothing screams bad design louder than that."

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