Cobble Hill CondoTransitional Family Room, New York

Mid-sized transitional enclosed medium tone wood floor and brown floor family room photo in New York with gray walls, a wall-mounted tv, no fireplace and a plaster fireplace —  Houzz
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    Yes - you should look into ISS designs / Modern shelving. They have a similar look and can be configured in many ways.

bledi540 wrote:Nov 5, 2016
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    The table is from Allmodern

Renee Robinson wrote:Oct 3, 2016
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    Atlas Industries made the shelving

drjulierose wrote:Oct 2, 2016
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    Benjamin Moore Regal Select, Grey AF690; Flat

Minku Min wrote:Nov 4, 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Janet Dunn added this to Decorating Master Class: 10 Common Mistakes and How to Fix ThemJul 26, 2017

    2. Your Shelves Are Bursting at the SeamsPutting every ornament you own on open shelves often leads to a distracting mishmash of nondescript items. Serious sorting is needed to create some focus.What to do: I recommend organizing-expert Marie Kondo’s life-changing advice of honoring items, then letting them go. Another motto may be “Beautiful, interesting or out.” Empty your shelves and create “yes” and “no” piles. You don’t have to throw items away, but this is a good chance to do the Kondo. The shelves seen here in this room by CAVdesign make clever use of space in a way that enhances every object.

    Karen Mills (Interiors by Design, Inc.) added this to 6 Questions to Ask if Your Living Room Feels UnfinishedJun 27, 2017

    6. Does your room showcase your style and color preferences? As much as neutral schemes can be calming and beautiful, accent colors and stylish furnishings can bring a room to life. In this photo, bright orange and golden yellow pillows warm up the gray sectional along with the orange and yellow accents on the shelving beyond. Wall shelves and a coffee table reveal an affinity for clean-lined furniture in light woods, while the rug and gold pillow fabric at the far end of the sofa demonstrate a fondness for graphic patterns.11 Ways to Make an Impact With Color in a Room

    Amanda Pollard added this to See the Many Ways to Use Modular ShelvesJun 7, 2017

    Add some drawers. Don’t fancy box shelves? Try slimline drawers instead. The ones here look neat in the space, and the extra wood adds warmth to the room. They’re also the perfect place to hide your knickknacks, while leaving space on the shelves for more attractive objects.

    Mitchell Parker added this to Trending Now: 5 Foolproof Living Room Ideas From Popular Houzz PhotosOct 14, 2016

    3. Use Hip, Functional Style to Liven Up a Small SpaceIn tighter rooms, laid-back bohemian style adds big personality without wasting too much space. In this New York living room, a right-scaled sectional, sweater knit pillows, a wool rug and a shelf system do the trick. Wall paint: Metropolitan AF-690, Benjamin Moore; rug: Crate & Barrel; shelves: Atlas Industries; pillows: Candelabra and Home Decorators Collection; sofa: Dune; drapes: custom; throw blanket: West Elm; table: AllModernRead more about this room

    Mitchell Parker added this to New This Week: 3 Easygoing Living RoomsSep 26, 2016

    2. Warm Metropolitan Designer: Jennifer Levy of CAVdesignLocation: Brooklyn, New YorkSize: 188 square feet (17.4 square meters)Homeowners’ request: Help them decide what to keep, what to add and where to place a mix of furniture brought from a smaller apartment. Also, bring a warmer, more lived-in feeling to the somewhat cold modern space. Casualness: Sectional sofa. Mix of natural materials, plants and new textures, such as the sweater knit pillows. Warm gold and orange rug in comfortable wool. Other special features: Bookshelves with personal mementos and organic pieces, such as coral and wood sculptures. Artificial tree. Designer secret: “I’ve learned that keeping everything open can make a space feel less cozy,” designer Jennifer Levy says. “The styling of the bookshelves also made a huge difference. I suggest you remove almost everything, and then create sections with elements such as vertical books, horizontal books with objects like bowls or small vases on top, stand-alone objects like small sculptures or organic pieces, and leaning frames. Scatter these various elements throughout and you can’t go wrong.” Also on the team: Gael Georges (photographer); Manhattan Pressurized Walls; Lauren Devault (design associate)Wall paint: Metropolitan AF-690, Benjamin Moore; rug: Crate & Barrel; shelves: Atlas Industries; pillows: Candelabra and Home Decorators Collection; sofa: Dune; drapes: custom; throw blanket: West Elm; table: AllModernSee more of this home

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Injy Bassam added this to future18 hours ago

    instead of built in shelving - office space or loft

    acwarner added this to Family room3 days ago

    Like the use of rainbow color. Like the couch and wood.

    Lily Carnahan added this to Favorite Concepts Of All TimeSep 9, 2019

    The colors are really warm but have light notes of cooler colors.

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