A structured white sectional keeps the feeling light in the living room. As it falls into the color of the walls, the sofa provides a backdrop for other color accents in the room. Pillows made from antique silk Ikat fabric, a gift from a friend, punctuate the seating area and tie in the artwork.
The duo's innate understanding of proportion is nowhere more evident than in the living area. "My decorating philosophy is to trust my first instincts when selecting things for my space. I find that my initial gut reaction usually produces the most interesting and successful results," Adamik explains. A large fiddle-leaf fig sets the scale for the room, while the painting, by local artist Brody Parker Burroughs, injects the wall with color and dimension.
Sofa: Richmond Sofa, Gus Modern; Glass Cocktail Table: Curvet
Adrienne DeRosa Photography
Basic one that would work but kinda boring. - 602forest