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Paradise Cove, Malibu Residence Eclectic Living Room, Los Angeles

Spencer Lowell
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Living room - eclectic cork floor living room idea in Los Angeles with white walls — Houzz

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prado27 wrote:
Where did you get the seat cushions and seat bases?
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Sarah Carriger

This was a Commune Design project (http://www.communedesign.com/portfolio/paradise-cove). Getting covers made for a mattress and box spring is a signature move of theirs (see e.g. http://www.communedesign.com/portfolio/elsinore-street). This looks like may have been a custom made futon on the top.

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Georgia C

I've seen these cushions being sold at Urban Outfitters.

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ceshagop wrote:
Where are the pillows from?
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Megan Georgopoulos
I designed them and had them made.
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Musto Tresnahadi Architecture Design Consultant

I love the concept.. awesome

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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Jennifer Blaise Kramer added this to Houzz Tour: Blue Crush at a Malibu Surf Shack
For a plush yet laid-back living area, Georgopoulos created custom, lounge-ready daybeds, flanked by vintage sconces, books and art. Underneath the cushions sit wood-paneled storage boxes. As a product designer, Georgopolous has made several designs for Commune Design, West Elm and private labels, so here she was quick to design and make custom pillows in various sizes for the floor and daybeds. Rug: Lulu & Georgia; coffee table: a rare commission by artist Alma Allen
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A bohemian vibe in this Malibu mobile home entices guests to sprawl out wherever they may and listen to some tunes or the roar of the waves. The custom daybed cushions lift to reveal hidden storage. Rug: Lulu & Georgia; coffee table: a rare commission by artist Alma AllenSee more of this home
Jo Simmons added this to Think You Don’t Have Room for a Big Sofa?
Combine two tasks. Forget the traditional uses assigned to each room of a house, and give a single space several functions, aided by clever multitasking furniture. Bring your need for a bed and your desire for a big sofa together in one informal daybed arrangement (or, as shown here, two). There’s somewhere to lounge and a place to sleep, which, in a small-scale or studio apartment, is a great solution.

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looong mutaqas and table between beds
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Workable for keeping rm flexible

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