Lopez Island ResidenceContemporary Living Room, Seattle

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perldeb wrote:Apr 2, 2011
  • bepsf
    I'd bet it's the Neo Sectional by Bensen Furniture sold through DWR.
  • perldeb
    Thanks for the resources!
toddparsons wrote:Apr 20, 2014
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    David Vandervort Architects
    Hello. These are aluminum frame windows by Milgard. They have been trimmed out with mahogany boards.
Aditya Bali wrote:May 1, 2013
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    David Vandervort Architects
    Hello. I'm afraid we don't have that information. The homeowners took on that part of the project themselves.
saladinl wrote:Jul 9, 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    amyrenea
    Amy Renea added this to Narrow-Room Solution: Split It UpFeb 23, 2012

    Try putting your sofa at an angle to divide spaces and create a walkway between them. Balance the seating with an additional chair and ground the arrangement with a showy area rug.

    jasonballinteriordesign
    JASON BALL interior design added this to Today's Recliners Let You Kick Back in StyleOct 27, 2011

    Sometimes it takes a recliner to fit comfortable seating into a smaller space. This long and narrow room would not allow for an ottoman in front of this side chair. Design Within Reach, producers of this chair, tasked a furniture designer to come up with a comfortable recliner minus all the bulk. This scaled-down chair would fit well in any space requiring smaller-scaled furniture. But the real bonus is that this one also reclines.

    pangaea
    Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to How to Arrange Furniture in Long, Narrow SpacesSep 1, 2011

    4. Put some furniture on an angle. To reduce the feeling of tunnel vision, try an arrangement with some of your furniture on an angle. By most people's standards, this isn't a terribly narrow room. But it is much longer than it is wide, so it could easily get that bowling-alley look with the wrong furniture arrangement. Here they actually had room to put their entire sectional on an angle, breaking up the long straight lines of the room.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    stacymacdonald
    Stacy added this to The Basement LivingJan 3, 2019

    4. Put some furniture on an angle. To reduce the feeling of tunnel vision, try an arrangement with some of your furniture on an angle. By most people's standards, this isn't a terribly narrow room. But it is much longer than it is wide, so it could easily get that bowling-alley look with the wrong furniture arrangement. Here they actually had room to put their entire sectional on an angle, breaking up the long straight lines of the room.

    bresson_fifti
    Bresson Fifti added this to bresson_fifti's ideasDec 18, 2018

    Awesome interior finishes and design

    aboviedo
    aboviedo added this to KitchenNov 4, 2018

    Wood color and drop ceiling with accent lights

    mrsostrich
    Lisa Culper added this to 12 Foot Or CottageOct 13, 2018

    Try putting your sofa at an angle to divide spaces and create a walkway between them. Balance the seating with an additional chair and ground the arrangement with a showy area rug.

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