Rocky Ledge Living RoomTransitional Living Room, Boston
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Photo Credit: Sam Gray Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
10. Let the color from the surrounding landscape shine through. If you have bright white walls and no privacy issues, consider skipping window treatments. The surrounding landscape can provide great color and texture, and it's always changing. Just be careful with fabrics exposed to direct sunlight; consider weather-resistant fabrics to avoid fading and damage.Tell us: How do you work with white walls?
One great advantage to a beach aesthetic is that you don't really need expensive window treatments. To optimize views, consider plain white windows with crisp molding and trim. Save the fussy treatments for the city.
The main level includes the kitchen, living room, dining room, library, guest room and garage. The living room opens up onto the home's stunning view. Full of light, the room embraces a soothing and beach-inspired palette.