Portland Mid-Century ModernMidcentury Living Room, Portland

Nearly all the furnishings, including a gorgeous rocking chaise, are vintage finds that we reupholstered and refinished; one exception is a coffee table that Jessica’s husband, architect Yianni Doulis, made from a slab of locally salvaged Eastern hard rock maple.

Example of a 1950s living room design in Portland with white walls —  Houzz
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This photo has 8 questions
Ashley Baker wrote:Jan 9, 2016
  • 09081985

    Yes! The branches look great. What are these?

  • Renee Ainsworth

    One large glass vase appears to have water while the other does not. Are these artificial branches are real plants?

vgunter wrote:Mar 20, 2013
tserio wrote:Jan 7, 2014
  • sspj01
    Please let me know where I can get the floor lamp
keena morrow wrote:Apr 16, 2017
    Spangle, LLC wrote:Feb 16, 2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      gwenpurdom
      Gwendolyn Purdom added this to How to Find Your Spirit ColorsJul 25, 2018

      Look to nature, which is bursting with colors you can build off of at home. The rich greens and natural woods in this living room, for instance, are all the more soothing complemented by the live plants throughout the space. Think about which colors your favorite things have in common. “If [the colors] ‘speak to you’ and you are drawn to them, then those colors and combinations will have even more meaning when you paint those same colors on your walls and in your other furnishings,” Eiseman says.Nature’s Color Wisdom: Lessons on Color From the Great Outdoors

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      Laura Gaskill added this to Nature’s Color Wisdom: Lessons on Color From the Great OutdoorsJan 24, 2017

      Green. The color of forests and fresh produce, green is a naturally soothing hue. In nature, endless variations of green can be found side by side, creating a rich backdrop for other colors both neutral (think of a herd of sheep on a verdant hillside) or bright, like flowers dotting an English garden.Color pairing: Shades of green paired with natural wood make a particularly foolproof combo. And of course, adding fresh green plants is a welcome touch to any room, no matter the color scheme.More of nature’s inspiration for using green in the home

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      mchalk
      Margo added this to 16 TidewaterJul 20, 2019

      Could add cushion and pillows for reading area.

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      Rebecca Lioi added this to My ideasJun 19, 2019

      Like the brightness and contrasting greens.

      jaynewallisfoster
      jaynewallisfoster added this to DanJun 14, 2019

      An example of a fire and window seat for a remodel of the northern wall of the lounge

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