Chelsea ApartmentEclectic Living Room, New York

Inspiration for an eclectic dark wood floor living room remodel in New York with beige walls —  Houzz
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keyahartley wrote:Feb 9, 2013
  • windingcreek_creations
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Shelley wrote:Jul 8, 2012
  • kwboston
    Love the sofa with the button bench cushion. Where can I buy it?
  • John Rielly
    I just bought a similar carpet from Safavieh and next steps are furniture color selection. This pic really helped me out, thanks for sharing it. Beautiful room you created.
mercysan wrote:Jan 14, 2013
  • pivoines
    If that's how it looks, don't touch a thing, it looks great as is.
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    RL Design
    Can you put more photos of the space to get a better idea of the entire room?
paddykk wrote:Nov 19, 2012
  • PRO
    They don't swivel. And they're vintage so you can't buy them. Sorry!
  • jlr64
    Those blues should clash but they don't. Amazing.
annasharik wrote:Sep 14, 2013
  • glynnish

    where is the painting from

cassijordan wrote:Aug 13, 2013

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Fred Albert added this to How to Make Any Small Room Seem BiggerMay 21, 2013

    If a single space needs to serve several purposes, use area rugs to define the functions, rather than walls or dividers, which stop the eye and make a space appear smaller.

    ACM Interiors added this to Houzz Tour: Designer's Eclectic Co-op in ManhattanJun 27, 2012

    While Greene loved his apartment’s deco bones and prewar details, he needed to channel the new millennium. He replaced all the base and crown molding before moving in (“an inexpensive way to make everything much nicer,” he says) and yanked out the awful carpet. Fortunately, the co-op’s original white-pine floors were still intact. Greene covered them with a dark stain, adding a sense of grandeur, and covered the living room walls with Anya Larkin silvery-gray grass cloth (“often too warm or cold, but this was perfect,” he says). From there, Greene simply built on his growing collection of artwork, some existing furniture and Donghia’s bright Spice Market fabric for floor-to-ceiling draperies.Greene designed the antique-brass coffee table (flanked by a pair of '70s barrel-backed slipper chairs covered in a woven chevron pattern from Dessin Fournir's Classic Cloth collection). He enlisted a letter cutter normally hired to create Ralph Lauren shops’ signage to construct it. “He nailed the finish, and it’s a really sturdy piece,” Greene says.And what of the magnificent blue-green abstract oil painting above the sofa? It's one of his most treasured pieces, though he doesn't know who the artist is. “I treat it like a Picasso! Right now it's being cleaned and reframed.”

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    chosenone333 added this to View In My RoomApr 21, 2019

    Typically I would think the colorful drapes and artwork would clash and make a room too busy, but in this case it works. One complements the other.

    pwhitebathfitter added this to View In My RoomMar 28, 2019

    Matching Tables on each side of couch

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