Living Room Transitional Living Room, San Francisco
Modern eclectic living room mixing restored vintage collections with modern pieces.
Example of a mid-sized transitional living room design in San Francisco with white walls — Houzz
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Mix period furniture. It can be intimidating to think about mixing furniture styles because you don't want a space that feels chaotic. However, it you select a color palette that weaves through all of the furniture pieces, it will turn out surprisingly well. Here, a Victorian-style settee and classic wing chair are paired with a clean, modern sofa. The common hues of off-white and black bring the entire space together.
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Natural can mean bold and beautiful. When using natural-fiber fabrics such as cotton, wool or linen, buy organic when you can. Otherwise, the harm caused by chemicals and pesticides used to grow and manufacture the fabrics may outweigh the advantages.Organic cotton comes in many forms: high end, indie designed or straight from a web retailer. Designer Nina Jizhar upholstered the wingback chair above in an organic cotton she designed.
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Interior designer Nina Jizhar gave vintage pieces contemporary upholstery to help them live in this modern interior. The sofa features a hallmark of classic Victorian settees: a garland of carved wooden flowers in the center.Settee upholstery: Gingko, SwankySwell
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3. Decide What Stays and What GoesBased on your list, identify any pieces of furniture or accessories that you absolutely want to keep in the space. Remove the pieces you don’t plan to reuse; consider donating them if they’re in good shape or selling them online or through a local consignment store.