Mary Prince Photography © 2012 HouzzContemporary Living Room, Boston

Design by Jennifer Clapp

Mid-sized trendy living room photo in Boston with white walls —  Houzz
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celine12 wrote:Oct 10, 2012
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    Jennifer Clapp
    Art is chalkboard - drew it when we moved in.
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    Jennifer Clapp
    Ok - Here's a company that is mid-level priced with similar options based in Europe but also available in the US. They are very comfortable too. http://www.eilersen.eu
Bridgette Kelly wrote:Feb 6, 2013
  • jen046
    That is so cool! I'll bet it's a one-off mid century modern vintage piece. I've been into Danish modern/mid century modern for a while now and haven't seen anything like that. Can you contact the room's designer?
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    Studio 1212
    I love it. I've been making and admiring kidney bean coffee tables for a long time and I've never seen that one. I wonder if there are any marking on the bottom or if indeed, it's a one off like jen said.

    Derek
    Studio1212
mtnmermaid wrote:Sep 30, 2012
  • Trish Morgan
    She answered the sofa, artwork, and table questions, above. :)
  • lmcdonald56

    please tell me what flooring this is ?


schofism wrote:Aug 8, 2013
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    Jennifer Clapp
    I got it from a vintage dealer in Boston called Machine Age. It's a mid-century kidney table. It's meant to have a piece of glass in the depressed section which I've since gotten.
aimees wrote:Jan 26, 2013
paddykk wrote:Sep 30, 2012
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    Jennifer Clapp
    Area Bedding. They still have the blankets.
verkum wrote:Nov 20, 2013
    therealrabb wrote:Dec 5, 2012

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      beckydietrich
      Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Modern Alternatives to Cottage DecorMay 25, 2014

      Art, rather than accessories, has a firm place in modern interiors. Little trinkets or blankets tossed over the furniture are rarely employed. Rather, art pieces provide a single mesmerizing focal point. In a cottage this approach helps keep “stuff” to a minimum.

      becky
      Becky Harris added this to The Best Chalkboard Wall Art on HouzzDec 15, 2013

      This person is a regular William Morris with a stick of chalk.

      beckydietrich
      Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Ditch the Rules but Keep Some ToolsNov 4, 2013

      "But," I hear you say, "my room does not have a focal point." No problem: Create one — preferably with something you love. The wall hanging in this room provides the focal point and dictates the color scheme. The sense of movement in the art is skillfully balanced by the solid color of the sectional, providing our third tool: a place where the eye can rest.

      becky
      Becky Harris added this to 16 Great Ways to Use Living Room CornersNov 21, 2012

      Nestle in a sectional. Let’s start off simply. Sectional sofas were made for corners. In fact, the corner spot is usually the comfiest, most coveted spot for lounging. In a small room, cozy that sectional right into the corner. Another plus for this layout is that you may wire in some reading lamps into the walls above, which would save floor space that floor lamps and combos of end tables and table lamps would otherwise occupy.

      cathylara
      Cathy Lara added this to Houzz Tour: Traditional on the Outside, Quirk Appeal InsideSep 20, 2012

      The couple converted a small addition in the back of the house into their living room, which freed up the home's front area and created space for the home office. They covered the linoleum floors with Flor tiles, adding instant coziness and lending the space some acoustic help.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      fidgetmorgan
      Cheryl M added this to Helvetia IdeasJul 10, 2019

      Shawn agrees - chalk wall in meditation room

      mahler01
      mahler01 added this to BeamsJun 11, 2019

      Like gray/yellow combo with medium brown beams

      jay_gizowski
      Jay Gizowski added this to Jay's ideasMar 11, 2019

      Grey wood white. Don’t like carpet choice.

      michellebabe
      michellebabe added this to interior ideasJan 18, 2019

      "But," I hear you say, "my room does not have a focal point." No problem: Create one — preferably with something you love. The wall hanging in this room provides the focal point and dictates the color scheme. The sense of movement in the art is skillfully balanced by the solid color of the sectional, providing our third tool: a place where the eye can rest.w. The coffee table is WOW.

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