Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary medium tone wood floor living room remodel in Denver with beige walls, a two-sided fireplace and a tile fireplace

Observatory Park/Cook Street

Contemporary Living Room, Denver

A young family requested a casual yet refined space. A space where they could entertain friends and family, while remaining kid friendly. We incorporated the homeowners love of turquoise and mid-century furniture, but kept the space fresh and eclectic. We removed an unused "wet bar" and replaced it with custom walnut shelves to house momentos, books, and of course, baskets for toy storage. We also redesigned the fireplace.
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary medium tone wood floor living room remodel in Denver with beige walls, a two-sided fireplace and a tile fireplace - Houzz

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Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Secrets to a Neat Living RoomAugust 14, 2014

7. Use baskets. If you want a neater living room, make friends with baskets. But before you shop for baskets, figure...

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Rachel Berry added this to family roomAugust 2, 2019

maybe we just need custom shelves, and a lot of them, instead of custom built ins

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