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Transitional formal and enclosed living room photo in Boston with beige walls

Cambridge, MATransitional Living Room, Boston

gMichael J. Lee Photography

Transitional formal and enclosed living room photo in Boston with beige walls —  Houzz
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Pascaline Clerc wrote:Jun 19, 2015
  • designdelights

    What color are the curtains? Do you know where the curtains came from or the fabric?

  • lynnhotchkiss

    what is the paint color and brand name?

abdurrahman01 wrote:Apr 23, 2015
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    Casa Castteli
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    Savvy Home

    Hi, we carry a number of similar styles here http://www.savvyhomestore.com/select/sofa?styletags=6,15

jmoler99 wrote:Jun 29, 2014
  • s_rutherford
    Please, where is the coffee table from?
  • bicyclegirl1
    The Classic Grey color on the walls is wonderful. Can you please share the trim color that goes so well with it? Would that be the same ceiling color, as well? This is a gorgeous room. Thank you.
magicmadge wrote:Dec 1, 2014
  • linneywhinney50
    I aso want the sofa!
  • Cindy Roney
    Please advise on couch. It's a gem!!!
Dave wrote:Jun 29, 2014
  • Miria Sandoval
    did we find out where the rug is from?
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    Rugs Done Right
    We have some similar options in this faded blue geometric rug - Do you know if you want a flat weave like the one shown in this photo, or if you prefer a pile rug?
Carole Malloy wrote:Jul 23, 2017
  • jesse108

    It's by Century Furniture.

snlangford wrote:Feb 24, 2015
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    We are happy to help you in sourcing this item! Please contact us directly for assistance. You can call, email us at Online@rugsdoneright.com - or live chat with us on our website!

erinmaloney wrote:Aug 30, 2014
  • jesse108

    It's by Century Furniture

tennall wrote:Jan 4, 2016
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              Kelli Pournaras wrote:Jun 29, 2014
                surf1989 wrote:Jun 28, 2014

                  What Houzz contributors are saying:

                  lolalina
                  Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Ways Symmetry Can Rescue Your RoomNov 18, 2014

                  7. Symmetry can make a small space feel important. Sneaking in symmetry where you can is a great way to bring a bit of grandeur to a compact space. Here a set of floor-sweeping drapes and a pair of artworks frame the window, while a pair of matching armchairs and matching pillows bring a pleasing sense of order to the seating area.

                  becky
                  Becky Harris added this to You Said It: Imagine It Empty and More Tips of the WeekNov 7, 2014

                  Mojo recharger: Empty out a room in your mind, or really empty it out“Imagine your room without any furniture in it — the walls and floors completely blank. … Pay close attention to which areas seem improved without your stuff in them — this is a good clue that something in that area needs to go.” — Laura GaskillEnvisioning the room empty is a great exercise, and I’m going to jump off from that point — if you don’t have the vision but you do have the energy or need a workout, empty it for real, then place the most important items back in it first. Also, try putting things back in different arrangements (read the rest of Gaskill’s ideabook for additional help with color, flow, seating arrangements and more). The process will help you naturally thin out the things you don’t need — you won’t want to put them back in the room. Full story: 10 Steps to Pulling Together Your Living Room Before the HolidaysFind more little home projects:To-Dos: Your November Home ChecklistYour November Garden ChecklistThe Get It Done series What do you all do when you’re suffering from a creative block? Please let me know how you get your mojo back in the Comments section (my Facebook friends were not all that much help!).

                  lolalina
                  Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Steps to Pulling Together Your Living Room Before the HolidaysOct 29, 2014

                  5. Adjust colors. Go back to the pictures of your space you took while examining the flow, but this time, look for color. What strikes you about the color in your living room? Is there too much or not enough? If you have too many different colors, try removing a few items of one color to streamline the palette. If too little color is the problem, treat yourself to a new throw, vase, or tray in a color you love.6. Create some symmetry. The human eye loves symmetry. If your living room is feeling less than harmonious, it’s possible it needs more symmetry. Try adding a pair of matching lamps, art hung in identical frames or a pair of throw pillows on the sofa.

                  What Houzzers are commenting on:

                  turovskaya_nn
                  turovskaya_nn added this to ГостинаяApr 9, 2019

                  Пуфик в качестве журнального столика

                  kacey0321
                  kacey0321 added this to Just like ItApr 9, 2019

                  Great look for family room?! COPY IT

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