My Houzz: Garage Sale Meets Glam in OhioEclectic Family Room, Cleveland

Adrienne DeRosa © 2014 Houzz Inc.

Sharing a pass through with the kitchen. the tv room is flooded with light. Its modest size makes it the coziest area of the house, and because of that it is the couple's favorite wintertime spot. "It's so comfortable to just lay around in," Jennifer says. "You sit down and all of a sudden you're falling asleep."

The Milo Baughman settee is currently Jennifer's favorite piece. A recent birthday gift from Raymond, Jennifer found the tufted leather sofa on Etsy and drove 10 hours across Pennsylvania to pick it up. Always up for a design adventure, "It was well worth it," she says. "It's amazing."

Martini SIde Table, in brass: West Elm

Photo: Adrienne DeRosa © 2014 Houzz

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Jihn Smith wrote:March 30, 2015
  • Àdi Bein

    Love the plant too! I believe it's a fig tree :)

  • SandyC.
    Fiddle leaf fig
searchingforwow wrote:December 13, 2014
  • xstacey10
    I believe the curtain rods are from West Elm. If not, they have a very similar product that I purchased November 2014.
Mohammad T Kushan wrote:November 16, 2014
  • Jeffrey
    I would also like to know!
cslote wrote:January 6, 2017
    shellabella1212 wrote:May 18, 2015

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Apartment 46 for the Home added this to 6 Ways to Cozy Up Your Home This WinterDecember 7, 2016

      1. Surround yourself in softness. Something as simple as a sheepskin rug casually draped over a sofa begs you to close your eyes and nap awhile. Whether real or faux, rich-textured sheepskin evokes coziness and plays a big role in Nordic homes during winter. Using sheepskin in unexpected places, such as on your dining chairs, is both luxurious and enveloping. It adds just enough luxury to feel special and inviting — two important aspects of creating warmth.

      Toronto Interior Design Group added this to How to Use Full-Scale Decor to Make a Small Space Feel BiggerNovember 26, 2014

      Looking up. Filling unused vertical space is a great way to get major impact in a room without shrinking the usable floor area. One large, leafy plant like this fiddle-leaf fig in a corner of the room doesn’t interfere with traffic flow but makes the room feel sophisticated and lively (while helping the background visually float away).Pieces with impact. By choosing big-scale but more simply shaped items, you can create a sophisticated look that feels full size, but not overstuffed, even in a small space. See 10 top plants to grow indoors

      Adrienne DeRosa added this to My Houzz: Garage Sale Meets Glam in OhioAugust 9, 2014

      The modest size of the TV room makes it the coziest area of the house. Because of that, it is the couple’s favorite wintertime spot. “It’s so comfortable to just lie around in,” Harrison-Ciacchi says. “You sit down, and all of a sudden you’re falling asleep.”The Milo Baughman settee is currently her favorite piece. It’s a recent birthday gift from her husband. She found the tufted leather sofa on Etsy and drove 10 hours across Pennsylvania to pick it up.Martini Side Table in brass: West Elm

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