Great Room Transitional Living Room, Minneapolis
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Example of a large transitional loft-style medium tone wood floor and brown floor living room design in Minneapolis with a standard fireplace, a stone fireplace, beige walls and no tv — Houzz
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Becky Harris added this to
Nielsen needed to design something that would address the height of the space and fit in with the style of the home. Because of the room’s two-story height, there was already a lot of Sheetrock on the walls. Using beautiful millwork draws the eye and adds something different. The panel profile on the new millwork is also seen in the kitchen, and the proportions of the boxes work well with the verticality of the rectangular windows in the room. The carpenters delivered it all in one piece. The old fireplace felt very flat. On the new one, the lower portion of the surround projects about 6 inches from the wall, which gives the fireplace dimension and a stronger presence. The hearth is soapstone, and the stone surround is a ledgestone tile in a stacked layout. Millwork paint: Simply White OC-117; wall paint: Classic Gray 1548, both Benjamin Moore; painting: Brent Foreman
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4. White and Gray Walls + Gray Furnishings and AccentsHere’s another classic look; this one’s good for rooms with lots of natural light. Light gray walls with white trim and white millwork will help brighten the space even more, while furnishings in varying gray tones will ground the room and give it a casual yet polished air.
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1. Drawing the Eye DownDesigner Tani Nielsen needed to design something that would address the height of the living room and fit in with the style of the home. Because of the room’s two-story height, there was already a lot of sheetrock on the walls. Using beautiful millwork draws the eye and adds something different. The hearth is soapstone, and the fireplace surround is a ledgestone tile in a stacked layout.MoreKey Measurements for Designing the Perfect Living RoomHow to Design and Lay Out a Small Living Room
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kellyoosterbaan added this to
Would have the center section wider than the sides, repeat center section on side walls?